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== Payment Information ==
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{{Trail|Programme|BoF Sessions}}
  
<section begin=info />In order to attend the conference you need to have registered, purchased your ticket as well as any other addons such as accomodation/shirts/etc, ''and'' paid.<section end=info />
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We will have a key signing party this year.
Tickets will sell out before the conference, so to ensure you won't be turned away on arrival please pay your invoice as soon as possible.
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===Payment Methods===
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'''When''': Wednesday, 12:20 (during lunch)
  
We accept Visa/Mastercard credit and debit cards via our conference website using our secure payment provider. We do not see or store your credit card information at any time.
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'''Where''': One of the lecture theatres (TBA)
  
If you believe you have a legitimate reason why paying by Visa/Mastercard is impossible for you please email contact@lca2015.linux.org.au with your detailed reason, and we will evaluate your case.
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'''Key submission''': https://frase.id.au/lca2015
Accepting alternative payment methods takes considerable time, and while we wish to be accommodating please bare in mind that LCA is a volunteer run conference, no person is paid for their time for helping with organising this conference, and that Linux Australia is a non-profit organisation.
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===Tax===
 
  
All prices on the conference website are in New Zealand Dollars and include NZ GST of 15%.
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== Format ==
All invoices include our NZ GST number so that New Zealand companies will be able to claim back the GST component. Foreign companies, local and foreign persons are not able to claim this back.
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zimmermann%E2%80%93Sassaman_key-signing_protocol Zimmermann–Sassaman key-signing protocol]
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** Ideally Sassaman-projected, if there is a document projector available (likely).
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* We will have access to printing facilities, however:
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** Supplying printed keylists to participants will require all participants to recite fingerprint in full or provide physical copies of fingerprint. If level of participation is high this could take a long time!
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** Participants could verify and print keylist themselves prior to event, but requring such preparation could exclude some participants.
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Collecting keys:
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* Please submit your keys at: https://frase.id.au/lca2015
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* include the fingerprint on your wiki page? ''([[User:Fraser Tweedale|Fraser Tweedale]] ([[User talk:Fraser Tweedale|talk]]) 12:32, 17 December 2014 (AEDT) dubious.  I wouldn't sign a key without a copy/recital of fingerprint from owner or assertion that reproduction in hashed/MAC'd keylisting is correct)''
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== New to PGP? ==
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OpenPGP is an end-to-end privacy protocol based on public key
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cryptography. Unlike X.509, the public key infrastructure used
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to secure the web, OpenPGP uses a "web of trust" model where
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individuals verify others' identity and "sign" their keys.  A
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signature is a cryptographic assertion that a key with a given
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user ID (uid) is actually owned by that person.
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[https://gnupg.org/ GnuPG] is a free OpenPGP implementation
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available for most operating systems.  Check out the
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[http://www.dewinter.com/gnupg_howto/english/GPGMiniHowto.html How-To guide]
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to get started.  If you are going to create a new key,
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do also check out
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[https://help.riseup.net/en/security/message-security/openpgp/best-practices riseup.net OpenPGP Best Practices].
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== Organisers and Participants ==
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I would like to help organise things:
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* [[user:Daniel Sobey|Daniel Sobey]]
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* [[User:Fraser Tweedale|Fraser Tweedale]]
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I would like to attend (see also [https://frase.id.au/lca2015 official list of submitted keys])
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* [[user:Daniel Sobey|Daniel Sobey]]
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* [[User:Augur_.|<font color="#703931">'''ᏜᏠᎶᏠᏑ'''</font>]][[User_talk:Augur_.|<font size="4" color="#723a32">&#x2710;</font>]][[Special:Contributions/Augur_.|<font size="4" color="#723a32">&#x2315;</font>]] (I'm quite new to crypto, but want to learn how to run cryptoparties.)
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* [[User:Fraser Tweedale|Fraser Tweedale]]
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* [[User:Michael Schmitz|Michael Schmitz]]
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* [[User:Katie McLaughlin|Katie McLaughlin]]
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* [[User:Arkady Gundroff|Arkady Gundroff]]
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* [[User:Delan Azabani|Delan Azabani]]
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* [[User:Tim Potter|Tim Potter]]
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* [[User:Craige McWhirter|Craige McWhirter]]
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* [[User:Kye Russell|Kye Russell]]
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* [[User:Ewen McNeill|Ewen McNeill]]
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* [[User:Aaron Theodore|Aaron Theodore]]
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* [[user:Aníbal Monsalve Salazar|Aníbal Monsalve Salazar]]
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* [[User:Russell Coker|Russell Coker]]
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* [[User:Leroy Hopson|Leroy Hopson]]
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* [[User:Tim Stoakes|Tim Stoakes]]
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* Joshua Hesketh

Revision as of 20:34, 11 January 2015

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We will have a key signing party this year.

When: Wednesday, 12:20 (during lunch)

Where: One of the lecture theatres (TBA)

Key submission: https://frase.id.au/lca2015


Format

  • Zimmermann–Sassaman key-signing protocol
    • Ideally Sassaman-projected, if there is a document projector available (likely).
  • We will have access to printing facilities, however:
    • Supplying printed keylists to participants will require all participants to recite fingerprint in full or provide physical copies of fingerprint. If level of participation is high this could take a long time!
    • Participants could verify and print keylist themselves prior to event, but requring such preparation could exclude some participants.

Collecting keys:

  • Please submit your keys at: https://frase.id.au/lca2015
  • include the fingerprint on your wiki page? (Fraser Tweedale (talk) 12:32, 17 December 2014 (AEDT) dubious. I wouldn't sign a key without a copy/recital of fingerprint from owner or assertion that reproduction in hashed/MAC'd keylisting is correct)

New to PGP?

OpenPGP is an end-to-end privacy protocol based on public key cryptography. Unlike X.509, the public key infrastructure used to secure the web, OpenPGP uses a "web of trust" model where individuals verify others' identity and "sign" their keys. A signature is a cryptographic assertion that a key with a given user ID (uid) is actually owned by that person.

GnuPG is a free OpenPGP implementation available for most operating systems. Check out the How-To guide to get started. If you are going to create a new key, do also check out riseup.net OpenPGP Best Practices.


Organisers and Participants

I would like to help organise things:

I would like to attend (see also official list of submitted keys)