Media

Here you will find various coverage from the H-FOSS Symposium, held on March 4th, from video interviews, blog posts to complete audio coverage of the days activities. Watch this space in the coming week as media is added. Files will be available in multiple formats including ogg vorbis.

Audio Recording*

Welcome and Keynote (1hour 7 minutes)

Click Here for MP3 Version (61.4MB, 128 kbps)
Click Here for Ogg Version (67.9MB)(Get Ogg Vorbis Player Here)

(Click here for the recommended video interview of Bruce Perens from theĀ  welcome speech)

Round table discussion ( 1 hour 40 minutes)

Click Here for MP3 Version (96.1MB, 128 kbps)
Click Here for Ogg Version (94.8 MB) (Get Ogg Vorbis Player Here)

Paper Session ( 1 hour 55 minutes)

Click Here for MP3 Version ( MB, 128 kbps)
Click Here for Ogg Version ( MB)(Get Ogg Vorbis Player Here)

Panel on “Open Source in the Curriculum” ( 1 hour 25 minutes)

Click Here for MP3 Version (78.2 MB, 128 kbps)
Click Here for Ogg Version (41 MB)(Get Ogg Vorbis Player Here)

*Recorded on a portable digital recorder placed near the speakers.

Photographs:

taken by Trishan de Lanerolle


Click here for Flickr Album taken by Scott Dexter

Blog/Twitters:

Arman Zambrano’s (Mozilla, Seneca College) Corner Blog Entries during the course of the day.

Chek out Greg Dekoningsberg( Linux ) for his post-symposium blog post.

Leslie Hawthorn’s (Google) personal blog “Notes from SIGCSE 2009 & Barriers to Adoption of FLOSS in the Curriculum

Twitter tag#hfoss09 (Frank Hecker (Mozilla), Stormy Peters (Gnome) and Leslie Hawthorn)
Twitter tag#hfoss

Video:

Several On-site Interviews were conducted by Armen Zambrano Gasparnian of Seneca College for Mozilla Foundation.
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Bruce Perens (summary)

Ralph Morelli (summary)

Cliff Kussmaul(summary)

Carlos Jensen (summary)

Leslie Hawthorn (summary)

Greg Dekoenigsberg (summary)

Timothy Budd (summary)