Please all take this as my consent. :-) I have my own camcorder, tripod,
and three or four tapes with me, and plan to do some myself.
re YouTube, to put up more than a short video you need a Director
account. Other than that it's a good medium.
Karen G. Schneider
On Sun, 25 Feb 2007 16:40:38 -0500, "Edward Corrado" <[log in to unmask]>
> I like the idea, as long as it is in an opt-in basis - which, of course,
> is what is being proposed. I do, however, think that having a formal
> piece of paper for speakers to read/sign would be a very good plan. Does
> anyone have a draft of such a disclaimer that we can use? Personally, I
> would submit to this for my lightning talk as long as the end product is
> being released under an "open access" license. Personally, I'd be happy
> with just about an open licenses, but would prefer the "Creative Commons
> Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License"
> (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/us/). Of course, if I
> have to read off the license name before my lightning talk, my talk will
> be 20% shorter (which might be a good thing for audience members).
> LaJeunesse, Brad said the following on 2/25/2007 4:05 PM:
> > Personally, I think it's a great idea. I agree on not wishing to
> > pressure speakers and it being completely opt-in. As for storage, I
> > would be happy to host the videos on a GPLS web server, if needed.
> > Also, for the record, I am planning on attending the conference for as
> > long as circumstances allow (no baby yet!). :)
> > --Brad
> > Dan Scott wrote:
> >> Based on an appeal from Rob on IRC, who won't be able to attend
> >> code4libcon, I've got about 12 hours worth of MiniDV tapes and will
> >> bring my camcorder along.
> >> It would help, though, to know if the scheduled presenters are okay
> >> with appearing on video. I don't want to pressure anyone into being
> >> videotaped if they're not comfortable with it, so I only plan on
> >> taping a session if the presenter opts in ahead of time. I haven't
> >> figured out anything along the lines of subsequent storage and
> >> distribution of this content post-conference, either... it's just a
> >> last-minute idea that might make sense for those who were unable to
> >> attend this year (Brad, Peter, and undoubtedly many others). For the
> >> presenters, it might be useful for CV / whuffie credits, too.
> >> Any thoughts? Is this a horrible idea?
> >> Dan Scott
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