This is a remote meeting. Please join by going to https://lufthans.bigbluemeeting.com/b/plu-yuk-7xx at 7pm on Thursday June 9th.
There are 2 topics this month Firefox: Multi-Account Containers and Virtual Data Optimizer (VDO) - Data Reduction for Block Storage
der.hans: Firefox: Multi-Account Containers
Use Firefox Multi-Account Containers (FMAC) to isolate websites in your browser.
Use Firefox Multi-Account Containers to use multiple web site accounts in the br owser.
FMAC blocks containers from accessing cookies in other containers.
Attendees will learn about:
walled garden containers
der.hans works remotely in the US. In the FLOSS community he is active with conferences and local groups.
He's chairman of PLUG, chair for SeaGL Finance committee, founder of SeaGL Career Expo, RaiseMe career counselor, BoF organizer for the Southern California Linux Expo (SCaLE) and founder of the Free Software Stammtisch.
He speaks regularly at community-led FLOSS conferences such as SeaGL, Tux-Tage, Penguicon, SCaLE, LCA, FOSSASIA, Tübix, CLT, Kieler Linux Tage, LFNW, OLF, SELF and GeekBeacon Fest.
Hans is available to speak remotely for local groups.
Currently leads a support engineering team at Object Rocket. Public statements are not representative of $dayjob.
Fediverse/Mastodon - https://floss.social/@FLOX_advocate
Brian Peters: Virtual Data Optimizer (VDO) - Data Reduction for Block Storage
Introduction to Virtual Data Optimizer (VDO), an advanced storage technology for maximizing drive space. In this presentation we'll discuss use cases for VDO, advantages & disadvantages, and demo configuring & testing a drive using Virtual Data Optimizer.
Brian Peters, has been interested in technology since childhood. His first PC was a 486 clone that was upgraded many times over. His interest for Linux started with Ubuntu 5.10 (Breezy Badger), but has since found home with Debian. Brian is RHCSA certified and enjoys sharing his passion for FOSS with others.