Joseph Jackson jackson@CMU.EDU
Thu, 17 May 2001 20:37:15 -0400

Attendees of the Apple World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) are invited 
to attend the OpenAFS Birds of a Feather session.

This session is open to the attendees of Apple World Wide Developers

    Hosts:  Tom Vincent (Apple Computer, Inc.)
            Joseph Jackson (Carnegie Mellon University).

    Session:    OpenAFS on OS X

    Date: Tuesday, May 22, 2001
    Time: 6:30 - 7:45
    Place: J1

This session will discuss the availability of OpenAFS for Mac OS X.  OpenAFS
is the open source version of AFS, a distributed file system product sold by
IBM Transarc Labs. Carnegie Mellon University has released a beta-quality
OpenAFS client that runs on OS X. This session will be of interest to those
who already run AFS or those who are thinking about installing the free
OpenAFS distribution.

    Attendees: Public

            * Short demo of installing and using OpenAFS
            * Explanation of known problems
            * Summary of work that needs to be done
            * Request for volunteers to help out
            * Q & A
            * Fun

CD-ROMs will be available with OpenAFS binaries and source, a Special 
Edition of Brickhouse IPFW configuration tool with AFS support, and a Mac 
OS X edition of aklog from MIT utilizing the latest kerberos distribution 
for OS X from MIT. There will be a limited number available.

For Complete WWDC logistics, visit the Apple Developer's website at: