Assembly:Socat Ring of Fire

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Website https://www.ccchb.de/wiki/34c3_Assembly_Habitual_Automation
Contact pfriemelpunk@ccchb.de, jpa@ummon.de, andrae.linus@gmail.com
Description Our aim is to motivate as many people as possible to, at some point participate in a huge socat_ring_of_fire. Essentially this means that they join a ring of network port proxies forwarding to each other so that any packet inserted at one point will circle the ring indefinitely.

We will prepare a script to setup the proxy ring using socat, flashing the terminal every time a packet containing the string "fire!", in the hope that we will be seeing the packet running through the whole room. We will bring a server to run a public git (for the necessary code), probably some presentation poster, beamer or other display to explain the idea and use the whole setup to bring together all those people who habitually automate or chronically overtool their lives. Special requirements: due to long standing relations, it would be nice to be situated in the vicinity of Chaos West, the most flashy Chaos from the West.

Members Diega, Jali, Jpa, Thoddi
Projects TEX Certificates
Self-organized Sessions Blue Hackers
chaos competence center Cluster:Chaos West
Registered on
Provides stage no
Location for self-organized sessions maybe
Self-organized session notes Introduction twice a day
Orga contact pfriemelpunk@ccchb.de
Brings Presentation and attention seeking devices to show off the idea (suitable to sit on a table)

Small server device (i.e. Rhaspberry π or similar) Code for organisation of the ring of fire

Projects We will work on establishing the socat_ring_of_fire, improve the presentation and talk people

Loudspeakers to announce "fire" and play "Ring of Fire" if the packet achieves one or 1000 hundred round trips. Camera to document the flickering round trip of "fire!"

Uses money no money handling
Need fibre no
Extra Power no
Near passage whatever
Character of assembly place to show and meet
Seats needed 6
Extra seats 10
Aread needed 10
Arrival and build up 26th

refresh

The Internet has become an invisible part of everything, we want to make it visible and heard again. (Or "burn" or "flicker" or "shout") A single packet containing the string "fire!" shall traverse the whole congress in a large circle made of connected proxy forwarders. It will create a little flash on the participating terminal screens every time it passes by — visualising its transport and probably providing a nice view of all the people connected to each other. We will bring a server to run a public git (for the necessary code), probably some presentation poster, beamer or other display to explain the idea and use the whole setup to bring together all those people who habitually automate or chronically overtool their lives. Special requirements: due to long standing relations, it would be nice to be situated in the vicinity of Chaos West, the most flashy Chaos from the West.