The abstract of BinLi's talk in GUADEC


 I got my visa late, so I hope it's not too late for my talk. I'll
arrived at 17:00 on Jul 27th. And my talk's abstract in below. Thanks
for your time.

Let NetworkManager get more security with PolicyKit

Some of topics were also be covered:
1) PolicyKit and PolicyKit in NetworkManager.
2) Provide a simple demo which is let the NetworkManager's VPN
connections more security.
3) You'll also learn about OpenSUSE buildservice usage, it'll show you
how to be GNOME developer in openSUSE from the demo.

This talk will be fun for everyone but will be particularity targeted
at the new developer of GNOME.

On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 9:50 AM, Germán Póo-Caamaño <gpoo gnome org> wrote:
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