We'll offer a small number of QSFP ports to you if you have a interesting use case and can actually make use of more than 10Gbps.
Spammy services like pixelflut: Please consider dropping traffic from the Wifi ranges as mentioned in the Wiki.
We'll have more racks this year. Bring mounting rails.
If you need to configure IPv4 at home and SLAAC won't be enough, you can get an IPv4 before congress. See the Wiki.
We'll have a small gift for anyone bringing their server up really fast.
Some minor news on using the colo [thread] on #36C3 https://events.ccc.de/congress/2019/wiki/index.php/Static:Colocation
We're going through all Datenklos every two hours, disconnecting your cables as described here: https://events.ccc.de/camp/2019/wiki/Static:Network#Wired_.E3.80.B0.EF.B8.8F
@realramnit Nein, gibt es dieses Jahr nicht.
@Bubu done, thanks.
@lerk Es gibt diesen Toot, der aber leider nur wenige aktive Accounts referenziert:
The "35C3 WiFi setup" app for Android is also available through F-Droid, using a separate repository maintained by F-Droid developer @Bubu (the main repository isn't agile enough to keep up with the chaotic demands of the congress). Find the repo here:
It also contains the Schedule app and c3nav.
Thanks to everyone involved! #35c3
@fdroidorg Okay, sounds reasonable.
Thank you for all the work!
@fdroidorg Why are the apps not contained in the "normal" f-droid repository?
@rixx Wir können das doch sicher über Switchmanagement steuern 😉
Network support, public colocation in cooperation with C3NOC. Upcoming: #37C3
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