[tor-talk] What should our 31c3 talk be?
jacob at appelbaum.net
Mon Nov 17 19:46:24 UTC 2014
On 9/14/14, Roger Dingledine <arma at mit.edu> wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 09, 2014 at 10:31:20AM -0400, Andrew Lewman wrote:
>> On 09/08/2014 08:05 PM, Roger Dingledine wrote:
>> > The 31c3 talk proposals are due this coming Sunday:
>> > http://events.ccc.de/2014/07/12/31c3-call-for-participation-en/
>> > I wonder what would be the most useful topic for this year?
>> Let the community speak about Tor and tell their stories about usage.
>> Let the Syrian woman who used Tor get on stage and tell her story,
>> augmented by technical details of what we've seen in Syria. I think this
>> is a far better use of an hour at 31C3 than another technical talk about
> I really like this idea. But I'm not in a good position to pull it
> together -- I make a habit of not remembering the contact details for
> the people who would be best for this.
> Also, we have to get the right people, with a bit of vetting or practice
> or something, else they will freeze up in front of 6000 people and then
> things don't go as planned.
> So I'm afraid my answer is "yes, somebody should do this", which is
> usually equivalent to not answering at all. :/
> Maybe somebody has a plan for moving it forward?
We now have a talk slot at 31c3. We should plan this talk well in
advance of the Congress as we have exactly one hour.
All the best,
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