Police Brutality Strikes Fifth Anniversary of Sylvia Rivera Law Project

Please support MFPL member SRLP!! On the night of Wednesday, September 26, officers from the 9th Precinct of the New York Police Department attacked without provocation members of the Sylvia Rivera Law Project and of its community.

Printing and Samba

Finally working on getting the windows clients to print using a printer install on a Samba server, rather than directly via IP.

Progressive Technology Project is sponsoring TechCamp in Minnesota

The Progressive Technology Project, a member of May First/People Link for years, is hosting a 3 day technology “boot camp” for organizers.

Radical Techies: The USSF needs you!

Dear radical technologists: The social forum needs you! We’re expecting thousands of progressives to converge in Atlanta the end of June for one of the largest gatherings of social justice activists in recent history (for more info: www.

Setting up OpenId

There are less than a dozen technologies on the Internet that I would consider truly critical to organizing on the Internet, and one of them is a distributed authentication system.

Supporting small organizations

After doing one thing for over eight years, one would usually expect to have a certain level of competence in that activity.

The future of May First/People Link backups

Hi folks - this is an open call to May First/People Link Members inviting feedback on our backup strategy.

The ongoing project of understanding load and bottle necks

I’ve found bottle neck analysis to be something I can only understand in small bite sized chunks - really it’s a continuous process of peeling back layers.

This is how hot I am

Now that Chavez can accurately report the temperature (see previous blog) I needed to know what was going on when the kernel reported a temperature spike.

Two opportunities for US Social Forum Report back in NYC

The The Foundry Theatre/SOLAS Saturday, July 21st, 2007 5-9PM and the Brecht Forum: Wednesday, July 25, 7:00 pm