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Ein Vortrag von Adrian Nöthlich, Aaron MacSween auf der [[GPN19]].
Ein Vortrag von Adrian Nöthlich, Aaron MacSween auf der [[GPN19]].


In this two-part talk, Adrian Nöthlich and Aaron MacSween will talk about the CryptPad project from two different perpectives.
In this two-part talk, Adrian Nöthlich and Aaron MacSween will talk about the CryptPad project from two different perpectives.


Adrian will speak from his experience as an administrator of the instance hosted for the German Pirateparty, including some facts about Piratenpad, some of the difficulties in running one of the world's largest Etherpad instances, and their migration to CryptPad.
Adrian will speak from his experience as an administrator of the instance hosted for the German Pirateparty, including some facts about Piratenpad, some of the difficulties in running one of the world’s largest Etherpad instances, and their migration to CryptPad.


Aaron will represent the CryptPad development team, explaining their motivations, how the project is funded, and what features are planned for the next year of development.
Aaron will represent the CryptPad development team, explaining their motivations, how the project is funded, and what features are planned for the next year of development.


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Ein Vortrag von Adrian Nöthlich, Aaron MacSween auf der GPN19.

In this two-part talk, Adrian Nöthlich and Aaron MacSween will talk about the CryptPad project from two different perpectives.

Adrian will speak from his experience as an administrator of the instance hosted for the German Pirateparty, including some facts about Piratenpad, some of the difficulties in running one of the world’s largest Etherpad instances, and their migration to CryptPad.

Aaron will represent the CryptPad development team, explaining their motivations, how the project is funded, and what features are planned for the next year of development.