[Members] How about a round-up post on FOSDEM/XMPP Summit @xmpp.org?

Kevin Smith kevin at kismith.co.uk
Sat Feb 18 15:59:22 UTC 2012


On Sat, Feb 18, 2012 at 3:06 PM, Matthew Wild <mwild1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I just had another conversation with Kev, and he confirmed he would
> like his contributions to group discussions removed. I have neither
> the time nor inclination to begin detailed editing of hours of audio,
> nor obviously have I any intention of publishing anyone's
> participation in the summit without their consent. In light of this I
> shall not be publishing any of the discussions. I shall still sift
> through for monologues and talks (they're primarily Peter's iirc) - as
> those are still useful alone. Anything I don't publish shall be
> deleted, I don't have an endless supply of storage space :)

[After further OOB discussion with Matt]

OK. I'm remain unhappy that there was recording without the awareness
of those involved (no, it wasn't made clear, to me, that there was
recording going on, until the very end of the day when I walked to
that end of the room and saw the microphone), but I can see that
completely removing everyone's contributions for the sake of my
distaste is counterproductive and that it's unreasonably
time-consuming to remove individual contributions.

So I propose that:
1) The recording is edited to contain only the full-room discussions.
2) A list of participants is compiled.
3) Permission is sought from the participants.

If all participants are willing, the recording of just the whole-room
discussions could be published.

> The fact is that we do have people who can't make the events who would
> like to participate. Being able to hear the group discussions and
> talks that took place, after the event at a minimum, is helpful I
> think.

I agree. I merely believe recordings should be made with the advance
consent of those involved.

/K


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