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Re: [Debconf-video] video meeting for dc15, video sprint


I'm officially volunteering for the video-team for DC15.

My name is Louis-Philippe Véronneau, a.k.a pollo. I've been working on the Montreal DC16 bid until we lost to Cape Town. Since we are planning to bid
for DC17, I'd like to gather some experience by helping around.

On a professional level, I'm part time (~10h/week) sysadmin. I fool around with Debian on a daily basis.

This is my first time working on video on such a large scale. The only thing I know about the vid-team is that is transmits the talks live on the web.
I have some experience with GIMP, Scribus and Inkscape though :p.

Hmm, that's about it all. I'm willing to learn! I finish university classes by April 28th (I think). I can manage to do some things during that
period, but don't expect more than a few hours per week. After that, apart from work I'm on vacation till September, which is nice. This means I'll
have a lot of free time.


On 2015-03-09 21:41, Wouter Verhelst wrote:
> Hi folks,
> [to: debconf-video + Niels Laukens, in whose lap I ended up dropping
> video orga for FOSDEM]
> It's getting necessary to start planning video for debconf15. I'd like
> to propose a team meeting on IRC, preferably this week still.
> In addition, it would also be nice to have a video sprint, so we can
> evaluate various possiblities and possibly, eventually, migrate from
> DVswitch to "something else".
> Agenda:
> - Come up with a preliminary budget for debconf organisation
> - Come up with a preliminary plan of action for what to do about video
>   for dc15
> - Figure out if it's possible to have a sprint, and who'd like to be
>   part of that
> If you can make it sometime this week, please fill out the dudle at
> https://dudle.inf.tu-dresden.de/pvzcb6he/
> Thanks,
> -- 
> It is easy to love a country that is famous for chocolate and beer
>   -- Barack Obama, speaking in Brussels, Belgium, 2014-03-26

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