34c3 - Chaos Communication Congress 2017 Schedule for the Command Line

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Chaos Communication Congress 2017 Schedule for the Command Line

https://github.com/watson/34c3#readme

Dependencies:

chalk : ^2.3.0
diffy : ^1.3.0
download-to-file : ^2.1.0
fixed-width-string : ^1.0.0
inquirer : ^2.0.0
menu-string : ^1.2.0
minimist : ^1.2.0
nearest-date : ^1.0.1
scrollable-string : ^1.4.0
virtual-grid : ^2.0.0
wrap-ansi : ^2.1.0
xml2js : ^0.4.19

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