[nycbug-talk] Fwd: [NYCR:Microcontrollers] Re: CTF
ike at lesmuug.org
Tue Oct 21 15:40:41 EDT 2008
An FYI for anyone interested- somebody over at NY Resistor is kindof
putting together a CTF team- FINALLY someone in NY pulling something
Not sure, but I think more folks around NYC*BUG than myself are
interested in participating?...
Begin forwarded message:
> From: druid at stonedcoder.org
> Date: October 21, 2008 3:17:18 PM EDT
> To: "NYCResistor:Microcontrollers" <nycresistormicrocontrollers at googlegroups.com
> Subject: [NYCR:Microcontrollers] Re: CTF
> Reply-To: nycresistormicrocontrollers at googlegroups.com
> I set up a google group to track interest and start planning
> Please forward this URL around to anyone who may be interested
> On Tue, 21 Oct 2008, dave.giancaspro at gmail.com wrote:
>> I would be interested in a local CTF. December is crazy for me also.
>> Plus setting up a local game would allow you to check out the local
>> talent to build a team for the next competition. I will check with a
>> few other people at work and give you a head count.
>> On Oct 20, 12:41 pm, dr... at stonedcoder.org wrote:
>>> So 2 things:
>>> 1) If there is enough interest, we can form an NYC team to play at
>>> 25C3 conference remotely in december.
>>> 2) McFly may visit in February, and MAY be willing to host a game,
>>> again assuming enough interest.
>>> Both of these are McFly being really nice to us, so please ping
>>> around and
>>> let's see how much real interest there is. I lean more toward
>>> doing a
>>> local CTF in february over participating remotely in the 25C3
>>> because I have a work summit in december to go to, but wanted to
>>> put both
>>> options out there to gauge response.
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