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[edit] Thank you, videoteam

[edit] Belgium

  • Thanks! -- Olm-e (via
  • Thank you! It's very nice to follow debconf from home. -- Ivo

[edit] Brazil

  • Thank you so much, you did an amazing work (as always)! -- msantana

[edit] Denmark

  • Thanks a lot; I missed being there! - Kaare (talk) 19:44, 2 September 2014 (UTC)

[edit] Finland

  • Thank you, video team! Kiitos! Tack! --liw

[edit] France

  • Many thanks from across the ocean; keeping an eye on the conference from home is always a pleasure. -- KiBi
  • It was great to be able to watch all the sessions from home. Many thanks to the video team! -- captnfab

[edit] Germany

  • Pictures from "Scenic Hacklab": Andreas Tille wants to say: Thanks a lot to the video team. This would not have been possible without you!
    Debconf@home scenic hacklab1.jpg
    Debconf@home scenic hacklab2.jpg

[edit] Italy

  • thank you guys! you're awesome as usual and the chance to watch both streaming and recordings is making me less miserable (not being there is hard, I'll tell you!). kisses+hugs to all videoteam people, you're the best! -- madamezou

[edit] Martinique

  • Thanks a lot for allowing us to follow the event (almost) as if we were there! Kudos! -- taffit

[edit] Sweden

  • A big thank you from Sweden for making it possible to follow DebConf without having to cross the ocean -- gusnan

[edit] Switzerland

  • Thanks a lot to the video teams for providing the streams and also the recorded videos that fast! You make it possible to participate for those stayed at home. -- Salvatore

[edit] USA

  • great work, keep it up! :) - christopher allan webber (via

[edit] Indonesia

  • Many thanks for the great work! It's very useful for the one who can't attend debconf. ;-) Zakiakhmad (talk) 06:53, 9 September 2014 (UTC)

[edit] UK

  • The video efforts make a huge contribution to DebConf and Debian in general. As an attendee, being able to go back to the video of a talk later and remind myself of what was said and agreed (even in my own sessions!) is massively useful. Thanks folks! -- Sledge
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