IETF 100 Hackathon Day 2

Due to timezone differences we had little time left on Sunday in Mauritius. We therefore reviewed our patches, and published them online. Meanwhile the TLS Champions were busy doing the same and complete their slides for the Hackathon presentation. Nitin Mutkawoa had made a good decision by bringing his projector. We hacked a projection stand in the living room. The next second, we were streaming live from youtube.

You can watch the youtube recording here: https://youtu.be/33XW5yzjtME?t=2347. We were really happy when we saw the Mauritian flag on the slides ! As hackers.mu is the group which is very active internationally when it comes to representing Mauritius, we felt it was both an honor and a privilege to have served the interests of our country with its 1.2 million inhabitants and many more who are scattered around the globe.

We received a lot of messages from people who felt proud to be Mauritian on that day. On behalf of the hackers.mu team, I wish to thank the TLS Group and all of the Mauritians who believe in us & supported us till the end of the IETF 100 Hackathon.

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