Re: FOSDEM videos released
I'll echo Martin's comments; I wasn't able to make it this year, but I
was watching the stream live from London. Besides a few tech issues that
I discussed on IRC at the time, it worked well. Perhaps we could
encourage people unable to physically attend to still watch and be on
IRC for Q&A?
Thank you to all who made this happen.
On 15/02/2009 17:09 GMT, Holger Levsen wrote:
> blogging (1-203) life; title=FOSDEM videos released
> * In a nice coincedence with the release of Lenny (cheers!!1), the
> [1 low-quality versions] of the videos from the [2 Debian DevRoom] at
> FOSDEM 2009 are available now!
> * Better quality versions will be encoded and uploaded by Ben over the next
> days. I'd also like to collect the slides from the talks there, so if you
> had a talk there, please send them to Wouter and/or me, and Wouter, please
> send me the slides you collected on the presetation computer ;-)
> * Basically I'm very happy with our results, excpet for two things: sadly
> the computer running dvswitch wasn't powerful enough to do picture in
> picture (and due to time constraints we we'rent able to switch to a more
> powerful one), so we'll have to plan this better next year. And second, I
> have no real clue how useful our streaming efforts are, I believe the
> recordings are useful, but in both cases feedback from people who find
> them useful is appreciated! Covering FOSDEM is certainly a lot of fun, but
> it's also a lot of work and leaves not much room for seeing other parts of
> the conference. So a short reply (I'll post this to d-d-a with reply-to
> set to -project) will be very much appreciated! :)
> * Big thanks go to Womble2, edrz, xerrako, Q_, danielsan, DaCa, tokkee,
> luca, Yoe, Ganneff, franklin, huhn, luk, CarlFK, daven and some more
> volunteers I cannot remember right now! Also not to be forgotten the
> fosdem crew & volunteers for an awesome event and the people from CCC
> Hamburg who came by car and took a lot of audio/video/computer equipment
> for us (and left 90min later than planned! Thanks again!)! And also Debian
> (via the DPL) for some 120 Euros to rent equiqment and for buying
> batteries and the always needed duct-tape!
>  http://meetings-archive.debian.net/pub/debian-meetings/2009/fosdem/
>  http://fosdem.org/2009/schedule/devrooms/debian
> -- Holger Levsen <email@example.com> Sun, 15 Feb 2009 18:03:22 +0100
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