I don't imagine that many, if any, people will opt out. But I think the
process is important: How do you say yes when you don't know what you're
agreeing to? And how do you know if you have the option to opt out,
On 2015-01-26, 5:17 PM, Tom Johnson wrote:
> Thank you, Tara and Ranti for taking this on. I'm sure even many speakers
> who have no problem being filmed will appreciate being notified and given
> the opportunity to opt in/out.
> - Tom
> On Mon, Jan 26, 2015 at 4:26 PM, Ranti Junus <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> I agree that streaming crew should be free from doing the paperwork. Tara
>> has volunteered to be the "paperwork" person and I'm volunteering to help
>> her out.
>> I think streaming crew, Tara, and I can discuss separately on things that
>> are need to be done or information we should provide (e.g. list of those
>> who opt-out, their talk schedule, etc.) to the streaming crew.
>> On Mon, Jan 26, 2015 at 7:07 PM, Cary Gordon <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>> To be clear, what I said or tried to say is that the streaming crew needs
>>> to know if he presenter does not wish to be shown, or if they do not want
>>> their presentation shown before they start presenting. At least one full
>>> minute before would be great. They can take our word that we will honor
>>> their wishes.
>>> I think that it is fair to say that nobody involved with the video wants
>>> anything to do with paperwork, and if anyone has the time and energy to
>>> that, their time would be better spent actually working on the video
>>> which at this point is virtually nonexistent.
>>> Every presenter should know that we will be putting up video of their
>>> session or talk on our YouTube channel with a CC license, unless they
>>> demure. We should have a small sign to that effect at the podium, as
>>> Cary Gordon
>>> The Cherry Hill Company
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