Plone Conference 2008 Video Offerings
Tune in to watch the conference!
This year's eagerly anticipated video offerings are as follows:
- We'll stream the 'big room' (Atrium Hall) on the first day. So if you want to catch live action, this is where and when to do it:
- 9:00AM - 5:00PM EDT at http://broadcasturban.net/webcast/plone2008/ (Windows Media, and possibly QuickTime too).
- Christian Scholz has a Flash version up, too! (Thanks, Christian!)
- 10 pre-selected talks will be broadcast "on demand" for the next 3 months, starting Friday October 24, 2008. They are available by clicking on the Plone logos below, or by going here: http://www.broadcasturban.net/webcast/plone2008/. Those talks are:
Keynote: When Software Is a Service, Will Only Network Luddites Be Free? - Bradley M. Kuhn
- Keynote: The state of Plone - Alexander Limi, Alan Runyan
- The 10% manifesto and further: Methods for organized contribution to strategic development of Plone (Panel) - Geir Baekholt
Theming a Plone3.1 Site from Start Finish - Rob Porter
Plone's anatomy - Calvin Hendryx-Parker
- NASA Science: The science mission directorate's makeover - Katie Cunningham
Simplifying Plone -
What makes a great development team - Mike Robinson
- PloneFormGen: Past, present, future - Steve McMahon
Delivering egg-based applications with zc.buildout, using a distributed model - Tarek Ziadé
- Video of all the conference sessions will be uploaded to http://blip.tv/ within 3 months.
We hope you enjoy them!
Alex Clark – Conference Organizer
Matt Bowen – Program Director