Re: [Debconf-discuss] "Do not photograph" checkbox in registration
Steve Langasek writes ("Re: [Debconf-discuss] "Do not photograph" checkbox in registration"):
> Respecting people's wishes to not be on film while providing videos of the
> talks is a solved problem: we designate "do not film" areas of the
> audience, and make it clear to people that if they don't want to be caught
> on the videos they need to sit in these areas.
Like John Sullivan, I don't see why videoing the audience is that
important for the usefulness of the live stream. (For most items in
the programme, anyway.)
If the main difficulty with a proper opt-in system is that we don't
want to throw photo refuseniks into a ghetto (or stop them asking
questions), we could just stop videoing the questions at all.