First Batch of Plone Conference Videos Available!
Just in time for the holidays, the first batch videos from Plone Conference 2006 is now available, with more coming later this week.
Plone Conference 2006 videos are now available for downloading at Archive.org!
We've got high-quality, professionally edited videos that capture both the presenter and their presentations, with careful editing to make sure you don't miss anything. The sound is crystal-clear. The videos are presented in H.264/MPEG4 format, which is playable in a wide variety of media players for all platforms.
The first batch of presentation includes:
- Alexander Limi (Google): A Sneak Peek at Plone 3.0
- Andrew Hatton (Oxfam): Why Plone? - Confessions of an NGO
- Sean Kelly (Independent): Graduating From Spaghetti To Sushi: Plone For PHPers
- Stefan Holek (Plone Solutions): Top Twenty Plone Pitfalls - And How To Avoid Them
Martin Aspeli (Deloitte): b-org - Creating Content Types the Plone 2.5 Way
Joel Burton (Independent): High Performance Plone: Caching
Rob Miller (OpenPlans): Membrane and Remember: Advanced Member Management
Alec Mitchell (Independent): Versioning at Last
Check out the constantly expanding list of videos from the Plone Conference 2006.
We're continuing to upload more session videos throughout the week, and should have them all up before Christmas.
Also worth checking out, if you haven't already, are the series of short videos by Christian "Mr. Topf" Scholz, which include many of the Lightning Talks as well as interviews with prominent Plonistas.