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GUADEC 2015 get its Beamer template!

Lasse and I spent some time recently to produce a Beamer template for GUADEC 2015. You can find it here: github.com/sils1297/guadec-presentation-templates.

You can use it with Pandoc or directly with LaTeX. Example are shipped too:

  • 2015/presentation.md is a Pandoc example, build it with make pandoc to produce 2015/presentation.pdf;
  • 2015/guadec-example.tex is a LaTeX example, build it with make tex to produce 2015/guadec-example.pdf.

I hope you'll enjoy it, feedback is welcome and if you have any problem don't hesitate to contact me (Kekun) or Lasse (sils) GIMPNet #guadec on GIMPNet.

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