Re: [gentoo-dev] Devconference archives

2005-08-17 Thread Chris Gianelloni
On Tue, 2005-08-16 at 22:43 -0400, Nathan L. Adams wrote:
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 Chris Gianelloni wrote:
  That being said, thanks to IU for doing the webcast... now everybody
  gets to see what we look like... *grin*
 
 If you're like me, you have a perfect face... for email. :P

Are you kidding?  I'm so pretty that now I'm worried about stalkers.
*grin*

Anyway, to get back on-topic...

Corey, any idea when we'll have the individual talks linked from the
page?

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Re: [gentoo-dev] Devconference archives

2005-08-16 Thread Nathan L. Adams
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Chris Gianelloni wrote:
 That being said, thanks to IU for doing the webcast... now everybody
 gets to see what we look like... *grin*

If you're like me, you have a perfect face... for email. :P

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Re: [gentoo-dev] Devconference archives

2005-08-15 Thread Michiel de Bruijne
On Monday 15 August 2005 05:25, Corey Shields wrote:
 Archive links for the complete morning and afternoon sessions are at
 http://devconference.gentoo.org

 -Corey

Hi Corey (and IU),

Thanks a lot! Is it possible to download the media-files instead of streaming? 
This makes it a lot easier to skip/replay some parts of the session.

Regards,
Michiel.
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Re: [gentoo-dev] Devconference archives

2005-08-15 Thread Wernfried Haas

Corey Shields wrote:
 PS - For those who are emailing me about using the Real Media codec.

Just for the record, i didn't, but the topic raises some questions for 
me. Really really not intended as a flamebait to raise a debate on 
principles. Just asking.


 Yes, I realize it is a proprietary format, but it is one that we as 
 a distribution support, so if you wish to protest the webcast it is

 your loss.

Support in the terms of decoding but also encoding? I could only find 
decoders - and only for x86 and amd64 (media-video/realplayer).


 When I sent a call for help with this conference, IU offered their
 services.  Nobody else did, and despite that nobody else could handle
 the capacity that they could.  If it is offensive to people to do it
 in real, we will skip the webcasting next time.

That's very nice from IU for sure and especially if there are not many 
(read: one) options to choose from the outcome is pretty obvious.
However, i'm not sure what our Social Contract says about it. It seems 
to deal with the operating system itself, but there seem to be no 
implications about anything else. So in theory we could host the whole 
www.gentoo.org stuff on IIS servers?


cheers,
Wernfried

PS: I think my first reply was eaten due to some address mismatch, if 
you get it later, please disregard  sorry.


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Re: [gentoo-dev] Devconference archives

2005-08-15 Thread Wernfried Haas

Fernando J. Pereda wrote:

If it is that important to you then please organize it the next time or
re-code all those audio files.


Please re-read my previous mail:
I wrote:
 Just for the record, i didn't, but the topic raises some questions 
for  me. Really really not intended as a flamebait to raise a debate on

 principles. Just asking.
So, no, the devconference isn't _that_ important to me, but if there 
should really be much interest to recode the files i can help if someone 
asks me to. Anyway, if you re-read my mail you may notice it raises some 
general questions.


 But don't bitch about it if you haven't helped.
As a matter of fact i wasn't bitching, but i really think the questions 
i asked were valid and of interest. What's with that 
if-you-didn't-help-and-just-stop-bitching-TIA-attitude anyway? Are we 
using it these days to stop every discussion we don't like as soon it 
comes from someone who hasn't helped in that very project?


cheers,
Wernfried


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Re: [gentoo-dev] Devconference archives

2005-08-15 Thread Sven Vermeulen
On Mon, Aug 15, 2005 at 11:16:10AM +0200, Wernfried Haas wrote:
 That's very nice from IU for sure and especially if there are not many 
 (read: one) options to choose from the outcome is pretty obvious.
 However, i'm not sure what our Social Contract says about it. It seems 
 to deal with the operating system itself, but there seem to be no 
 implications about anything else. So in theory we could host the whole 
 www.gentoo.org stuff on IIS servers?

Sure. The contract tells our users that we will never depend on non-free
stuff, so the continuance of the distribution is guaranteed.

But Gentoo can surely use propriatary products. Whether or not we want to is
a different question. 

Wkr,
  Sven Vermeulen

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Re: [gentoo-dev] Devconference archives

2005-08-14 Thread Donnie Berkholz

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Corey Shields wrote:
| Archive links for the complete morning and afternoon sessions are at
| http://devconference.gentoo.org

Thanks Corey! I was unable to sit around all day Friday watching them,
so this will be really helpful.

Donnie
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