DVD arrived! We're all set. Since the film isn't copy protected and is
licensed CC-BY-NC-SA (yay!), I might save the hassle of carting DVDs
around and rip it instead. (I have a ton of travel going on in the days
before and after the con, and every little bit makes a difference.)
The main menu offers two versions of the film -- Interactive, and
Non-Interactive. I'm assuming for a group showing, we're going to want to
just watch passively. If we're going to want the Interactive version,
though, I might have to just suck it up and bring the discs.
On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 2:01 PM, Michael B. Klein <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> DVD ordered! Do we know what kind of large-screen viewing/projector device
> we'll have in the hospitality/hostility suite? I can currently handle VGA
> and HDMI, but I'm not sure about DVI.
> On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 11:21 AM, Adam Wead <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> There's been some discussion on IRC about having a viewing of the movie
>> "Get Lamp"  at the code4lib conference. Michael Klein has agreed to
>> spring for the movie, which costs about $45, and I can look at coordinating
>> a showtime in the hospitality suite.
>> Is there any interest from conference attendees out there? Is it
>> agreeable to chip in $1 or $2 to Mike to his trouble?
>> Respond off-list if you have interest, and if there's enough I'll send
>> another message with details.
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