Before you lash out at speaker/conf organisers for the quality of audio, video, etc, I want to remind you that many of us (speaker & organizers) had to all of a sudden improvise the "online speaking" thing with suboptimal tools. So, please, be kind to each other :)
Like many other speakers, we spent time learning about sound, light and video editing, etc. Then there's technical issues, poor bandwidth (most of us can't do much about), etc. As @firstname.lastname@example.org nicely said "giving a remote talk doesn’t require less of my labor" https://ethanmarcotte.com/wrote/speaking-remotely/
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