I think it is pretty straightforward.
[] I am ok with my image, audio, and presentation being broadcast and archived (default)
[] I am not ok with my image being brodcasted, but will allow audio and slides
[] none of the above

This needs to be opt out, not opt in.
We are beating a dead horse at this point and complicating matters.


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From: Tara Robertson<mailto:[log in to unmask]>
Sent: 1/26/2015 9:34 PM
To: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: [CODE4LIB] Conference photography policy

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,
unless asked?

Thanks everyone,

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.
>> thanks,
>> ranti.
>> 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
>> do
>>> that, their time would be better spent actually working on the video
>> crew,
>>> 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
>> well.
>>> --
>>> Cary Gordon
>>> The Cherry Hill Company
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