As much as I hate to get all formal on y'all, I think if we really want to
do this right we should collect signed releases. So....I took the text that
Brenda Chawner so kindly provided, edited it, and put a PDF version of it up
on the conference web site at <>
(it's linked from the bottom of the main 2007 conference page).

If anyone has any changes to suggest, let me know, although we are fast
running out of time.

Would someone with the local arrangements team be willing and able to
provide copies of this at the conference? Then we can get all speakers to
sign them who are willing, and we will have a record of who has provided
their permission. Thanks,

On 2/26/07 7:47 AM, "Joan Starr" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I am a presenter, and I opt in.
> --Joan Starr
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Code for Libraries [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Dan
> Scott
> Sent: Sunday, February 25, 2007 12:29 PM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: [CODE4LIB] Videos of presentations?
> 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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