For the people who couldn’t make it to this year’s conference, they can watch the live stream of the conference at //streaming.media.ccc.de/osc17/. There are two rooms (Galerie and Saal) being live streamed and recorded.
> > [@thatch45](https://twitter.com/thatch45) is explaining at [@openSUSE](https://twitter.com/openSUSE) [#oSC17](https://twitter.com/hashtag/oSC17?src=hash) how everything is changing with modern security threats and serverless computing environments [pic.twitter.com/tb0i89Z66e](https://t.co/tb0i89Z66e) > > — Antonio Larrosa (@antlarr) [May 27, 2017](https://twitter.com/antlarr/status/868385583579770880)
Starting out the conference, Matthias Kirschner, President of Free Software Foundation Europe, delivered a terrific keynote and gave several thought provoking questions about who will be the torchbearer for open-source software and questioned whether it is necessary to have a torchbearer since there are so many examples of success of open-source software.
> > Hello from [@openSUSEConf](https://twitter.com/openSUSEConf) in [#Nurnberg](https://twitter.com/hashtag/Nurnberg?src=hash) [#oSC17](https://twitter.com/hashtag/oSC17?src=hash) [@openSUSE](https://twitter.com/openSUSE) [pic.twitter.com/CiT5FnHgbQ](https://t.co/CiT5FnHgbQ) > > — Petr Hodač (@PetrHodac) [May 26, 2017](https://twitter.com/PetrHodac/status/868052398673154049)
Another great talk recommended for system administrators and developers from the open-source community is Wolfgang Engel’s talk about SUSE Package Hub and how SUSE is bringing community packages to enterprise users.