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From Ross Gardler <rgard...@opendirective.com>
Subject Re:Audio Recordings of Small Events
Date Fri, 02 Mar 2012 07:24:01 GMT

Rich is, in principle, working with ComDev to get help creating and editing
the Feathercast recordings.

Sent from my mobile device, please forgive errors and brevity.
On Mar 1, 2012 11:54 PM, "Nick Burch" <nick@apache.org> wrote:

> Hi All
> As some of you may know, ConCom bought (via Cliff, thanks!) a few audio
> recorders at ApacheCon in Vancouver, which were used to record the audio of
> all the sessions there. These recorders are now available to help record
> sessions at other Apache events around the world. If you are putting on a
> small event, do let us know if you'd like to have one or two of them there!
> Ross and myself took one of the recorders to the event in Colombo earlier
> this week, and we've managed to get recordings of most of the sessions
> there. The audio needs a bit of editing before it's ready to be published,
> but should be of interest to both those who came (to remind them of what
> was discussed), and those who couldn't make it (so they can learn from it)
> Additionally, I suspect we could probably get a few good feathercast
> episodes out of this, by taking some of the interesting bits from a session
> or two.
> I'm thinking that when the audio has been edited and is ready for sharing,
> we'd post it on the new events.apache.org site (which'll hopefully be
> live before then). We can then link to the files from places like Lanyrd
> (which has some event coverage already), and other places that people might
> look. We might also want to link to one or two talks from the ComDev site
> (eg the Apache Way one), but I'm not sure we'd want to put all the talks up
> there, which is why I thought a concom site is the best place for the full
> set. Does that make sense to people?
> Finally, is anyone able to volunteer to help with either of:
> * Editing + labelling the raw audio tracks?
> * Pulling out some of the best bits for a feathercast or two?
> Nick

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