[Noisebridge-discuss] (Sort of) secure public internet terminals

Rubin Abdi rubin at starset.net
Thu Dec 11 01:21:32 UTC 2014


Henner, Casey and I have donated 3 ChromeOS all in one machines. They're
anchored down towards the rear of the space around the red column. These
machines are meant to be used as public internet terminals for anyone
wanting a web browser.

They also provide some basic good user security practices, such as auto
updates, keeping user space sand boxed and away from other users, and
clearing out guest usage once they log off. Additionally it's kind of
hard to trash the OS, so the thing should work fine for the next user.

Anyhow, if you get asked by someone new to the space if there's a
computer they could use to hit up the internet, please feel free to
direct them to these machines (instead of using the ones attached to the
3D printers). Also thank Casey and Henner when you see them next. :)

-- 
Rubin
rubin at starset.net

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