Re: [76attendees] RFID

Derek Atkins <warlord@pgp.com> Tue, 10 November 2009 01:02 UTC

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Fred Baker wrote:
> I'm sure this will come up in the IAOC survey next week, but I'm curious
> to ask now about the RFID experiment now that we have had a day or so
> using it.
> 
> What do people think of it? Is it useful/interesting? If we were to make
> it more functional, such as enabling it to be read at the door obviating
> the blue sheet, would that be a good direction? I recognize that there
> are security concerns; what would be the best way to obviate them?

Yeah, I was thinking that having the "electronic blue sheet" at the door
would be better than passing it around.  It means I can just swipe in as
I enter the door and don't have to think about it.

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