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Let the sunshine in …

Finally you don’t need to sign up to read SDN content. As SDN Meetup in Walldorf – a summary after the first SDN contributor meet in Walldorf:  The fact that SDN remains largely a black box (or is that a black hole?) in the general web universe has largely to do with the authentication requirements I’ve already mentioned. As soon as those requirements go away, SDN can partake of the link love that other communities are blessed with. Hurray, since  last Thursday those requirements are gone.

I used to describe SDN as similar to a little village in the Swiss Alps. You have to drive up a long and windy road aka sign up to get there, but once you have arrived it’s really nice and you don’t want to leave (Or so I hope).

But now the quaint little village called SDN is only a click away. You can link directly to the interesting posts, no brackets of shame [free sign up required] anymore. Let the sunshine in. I am really curious to see how SDN will change now that it will be part of the larger communication of the whole Internet.

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