On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 8:22 PM, Eric Schultz
> For those of you who are attending OpenWrt Summit, I'm looking forward
> to seeing you!
> For those who aren't able to make it, I wanted to let you know that
> OpenWrt Summit will be live streamed on Youtube. We have links for
> almost all the sessions at OpenWrtSummit.org and the last few will be
> added before tomorrow. We also have an IRC channel to participate. You
> can get all the information at OpenWrtSummit.org.
> NOTE: if you're in Germany, you may need a VPN to watch it live due to
> local law. We have a suggestion from an attendee for a free VPN provider
> on OpenWrtSummit.org.
Could you refrain from publishing slides in PPTX?
Converting them to PDF should be better.
Benjamin Henrion <bhenrion at ffii.org>
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