Announcement of "OsmoDevCall" on April 9, 2021

Harald Welte laforge at osmocom.org
Wed Apr 7 15:10:47 UTC 2021


Dear Osmocom community,

It's my pleasure to announce the next OsmoDevCall at

	April 9, 2021 at 20:00 CET
at
	https://meeting4.franken.de/b/har-xbc-bsx-wvs

This meeting will have the following schedule:

20:00 meet + greet
20:15 presentation: pySim-shell - the next generation of pySim
21:00 USSE: unstructured supplementary social event [*]
22:00 close of call

Presentation Abstract:

	For more than a decade, pySim-prog has been the tool to
	configure/program SIM cards in research/lab/private cellular
	networks.  Originally designed for very simplistic GSM-only SIM
	Cards, it was extended again and again to cover more use cases
	and parameters.  There is a limit as to how far one can go with
	stuffing everything into command line arguments.

	In 2021, pySim-shell was created as the next generation tool. It
	features interactive navigation around the file system, editing
	capabilities, backup and restore of all [known] files, ...

Attendance is free of charge and open to anyone with an interest
in Osmocom.

More information about OsmoDevCall, including the schedule
for further upcoming events can be found at
https://osmocom.org/projects/osmo-dev-con/wiki/OsmoDevCall

Looking forward to meeting you on Friday.

Best regards,
	Harald

[*] this is how we started to call the "unstructured" part of osmocom
developer conferences in the past, basically where anyone can talk about
anything, no formal schedule or structure.

-- 
- Harald Welte <laforge at osmocom.org>            http://laforge.gnumonks.org/
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