Hang out with us Friday, December 13

December 6th, 2013 by Chris Buechler

Click here to join us! Delayed to 2 PM Central because of issues with Google hangouts.

We’re doing an online hang out on Friday, December 13. We’ll get started at 1:00 PM US Central time, and go for roughly an hour. I have a presentation for the first portion, going over the new features and changes in 2.1 release, and what we’re currently doing on the coming 2.2 release. Then I’ll present a tutorial on troubleshooting port forwarding. There will be time for audience questions as well.

This is the first in what will be a monthly recurring series. Each month, we’ll have a how to tutorial on a specific topic or area of the system, and updates on development and other happenings with the project. We have several topics in mind, but also welcome community suggestions on topics (if nothing else, that will help us prioritize).

This month’s session will be openly available. Next month’s will be available to support and gold subscribers only, so sign up today so you don’t miss out next time!

We look forward to having you there!

A recording of the first session can be found here: pfSense December Hang Out. (The talk starts at 5:05 minutes in due to technical difficulties)

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3 Responses to “Hang out with us Friday, December 13”

  1. stephenw10 Says:

    I assume this will be a Google hangout hosted by +pfsense? Not terribly familiar with Google hangouts.

  2. Chris Buechler Says:

    I think we’ll use Google hangout the first time around. It seems to work nicely for those things, and will scale to handle however many attendees without significant costs involved (other webinar solutions get really pricey at high volume). Subsequent private ones will use something else, I’m reviewing a range of options.

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