The measures enacted with regards to the COVID-19 may still affect the Pyvo meetups or the conditions under which they are being held. Please follow the city pages to get the information and contact your local organizing team in case of any questions.
Prague Pyvo is traditionally held on the third Wednesday of each month.
We meet in the private club Na Věnečku. There is no sign indicating a restaurant. You can meet the organizers at 18:30 in fromt of the Equa Bank (formerly iStyle shop) at Anděl (map) and go to the meetup together.
For self-sufficient people and late-comers: Follow the Ostrovského street all the way up, about 50 m past the "no cars" sign. The meetup is through a gate to your right.
e-Nable is a community project about open source 3D printed upper limb prosthetic donated to kids. Let's see how it works and how does the plastic hand look like.
We will show a daemon that wraps libnfc via swig. This daemon authenthicates user either via ISO14443A UID or Yubikey HMAC-SHA1 over NFC. The sample shows how the authenthication can be used to unlock door with WiringPi. Raspberry Pi (Raspbian) was the original target platform, but it can work on any platform that libnfc supports, including x86.
Point-In-Time Recovery v PostgreSQL a Barman (http://www.pgbarman.org/)
Servers Monitoring in the Cloud.
Modelling API in Rest API Markup Language. Using RAML model for automatic parameter conversion/validation, and mock-up server in Flask.