FOSDEM 2015 took place on between the 31st of January and 1st of February, and while some sessions were not recorded on videos, most of them were, and the organizers are now slowly processing and uploading 402 videos to their server. So far 210 videos have been uploaded, including the Embedded Devroom.
You can follow the upload status to check out when your preferred track/devroom sessions are uploaded. For example, “internet of things” videos have not been uploaded so far, so you’d need to be a bit more patient for this topic.
One of such videos is “Upstream Allwinner ARM SoC (A10 / sunxi) support status” by Hans de Goede, which includes the slides on the left and video of the right. This makes the presentation easy to follow (despite the slides being cropped), but probably explains why it takes so long to process the videos.
You can also download presentation slides separately by going to the list of talks, clicking on the talk you want to checkout, and finally the presentation slides (if any) in the “Attachments” section. Direct link to the presentation above: allwinner_fosdem_2014.pdf.
Jean-Luc started CNX Software in 2010 as a part-time endeavor, before quitting his job as a software engineering manager, and starting to write daily news, and reviews full time later in 2011.
5 Replies to “(Most of) FOSDEM 2015 Videos Are Now Online”
Suppose to be two similar talks on XBMC/Kodi too:
what a mess, individual files in individual directories 🙁
I hope they release cumulative .torrent with all clips.
I see that you have read my post on sunxi ml 🙂
I was filming the iot devroom on sunday, let’s hope we get the recordings asap.
Most of the talks have sound volume problems.
Similar even in asia FOSSDEM Asia 2016 on March 18-20 in Singapore.
It’s not quite free however: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/fossasia-2016-tickets-17438255291