As promised earlier, I’ve now published four of the sessions from Linux Collaboration Summit 2010 which was held in San Francisco in April. They’re viewable in blip.tv, and I’ve decided to follow the licensing Linux Foundation itself has for the videos of the previous day, so the videos are licensed in CreativeCommons Attribution. I managed to burn a lot of time to edit the videos, but I guess in the end they’re fairly good. The sound quality isn’t magnificent, but most of the time you can tell what is actually said… I’ve not yet uploaded the MeeGo question hour or the panel, because I’m not still quite convinced that the sound quality is good enough. If you want them on blip.tv, please leave a comment.
Without further ado, here are the episodes so far:
- Arjen Van de Ven – MeeGo Technical Overview
- Quim Gil – A Working Day in MeeGo project
- Greg Kroah-Hartman – MeeGo netbooks
- Henrik Hartz – Qt Quick