LugRadio Live 2007 saw hundreds of Linux and Free Software enthusiasts descend on the sunny city of Wolverhampton, UK. But with three talk venues, plus two BOF points and an exhibition there was no way one person could see everything that went on that weekend. Fortunately, thanks to the efforts of a small but dedicated crew (they need more people for 2008!) they can offer these videos of the talks you might just have missed.
HTTP downloads are available at http://2007.video.lugradio.org/
and torrents are available at http://forums.lugradio.org/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=3622#p36696
There are such talks as:
- Alternative Advocacy: Taking it to the schools – Kat Goodwin.
- Avahi – Lennart Poettering.
- Meldware and the Buni Dev. Community – Michael Barker.
- bzr-gtk – Revision Control made easy Szilveszter Farkas and Jelmer Vernooij.
- Canonical – Malcolm Yates.
- Desktop Migration in a Savings Bank – Pablo Ruiz Múzquiz.
- Free Software Rocks – Daniel James.
- The Government’s Digital Challenge Competition: Innovating to Tackle Social Exclusion – Peter Stean.
- Inside Jokosher – Laszlo Pandy.
- Konquering the Desktop with KDE4 – Ben Lamb.
- ELER: Kill your tribal elders – John Leach.
- OSS Graphic Design Tools – Ready for the big time? – Gareth Qually.
- SabreGL – Easy 3D Game Creation – Michael Sheldon.
- Scaling Up for Champions – Andy Davidson.
- Selenium, an introduction to web testing – Barbie.
- Telepathy – Rob McQueen.
- Winedoors – Karl Lattimer.