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- Subject: Re: Lua workshop
- From: Benjamin Kircher <benjamin.kircher@...>
- Date: Tue, 13 Sep 2011 14:10:02 +0200
On Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 11:43 AM, Alexander Gladysh <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 13:25, Peter Odding <email@example.com> wrote:
>>>> Courtesy of Henning Diedrich, I have video tapes of my talk. In due
>>>> course I shall transfer these to my computer, and then onward to
>>> Is the plan that Henning (or whoever has the tapes now) will upload all
>>> the talks on one site (youtube, or other), or each speaker is
>>> repsonsible for his own talk? I can host as many videos as you want on
>>> my personal website, in case anybody is interested (I have no space or
>>> bandwidth restrictions) but the download is pretty slow (300kB/s top(.
> I suggest using Vimeo or YouTube for that. No need for personal hosting.
>> Each speaker is responsible for his own talk, after the talks Henning gave
>> the tapes to the speakers themselves (because digitizing and editing
>> everything at once is quite a lot of work). In my case I don't have the
>> equipment to digitize the tape but I'm considering just bringing the tape to
>> a shop that will do this for me. The end result is that some tapes may be
>> available online sooner than others, this really depends on the speaker and
>> whether they have the right equipment and time.
> I have my talk video (still on tape) and lots of photos (including
> group photo of the attendees by Eric Hougaard).
> Right now I'm digging through the stuff that piled up in my absence.
> As soon as I will have a minute to breathe, I will post all that
> stuff. Hopefully soon.
just wanted to say Thank You in advance for all the efforts to bring
the talks online for all of us. So thanks ;)