I've spent this wonderful week at the MacSysAdmin
conference, which, as you may be able to deduce from its name, is a conference
for Mac sysadmins.
Being at a conference, and at this conference in particular, can be inspiring,
which is why i've decided to create a follow-up talk for my first one (or last
one, however you want to put it), on the topic of Humane Security. Now while
i'd love to give it at MacSysadmin, which i consider the crown jewel of all Mac
sysadmin conferences, i really feel i should first approach Macaduk
with my proposal.
I'm still in Göteborg writing this, and i actually already started gathering my
ideas. For better or for worse, i think they're only the background and
motivation for the whole thing, and i'm really missing both the meat and the
expertise here, but if i just re-frame it to “the need for humane security”,
i've nearly nailed it already ;) (with the added bonus that it's way shorter
than last year's marathon presentation)
Now i remember that speaking on stage is bloody frightful, but the loving
atmosphere of MacSysadmin has filled me with such euphoria that for the moment
that fright is all forgotten. I guess this too shall pass.
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