The first round of videos from LibrePlanet 2013 is now available for streaming and downloading. LibrePlanet is an annual conference sponsored and organized by the Free Software Foundation, with LibrePlanet 2013 being the best one yet. All current associate members of the FSF enjoy the perk of being able to attend LibrePlanet without paying an entry fee. This year we set out to make sure LibrePlanet featured fully functioning live video streaming using only free software, and it was a great success. The videos are now available for viewing in VP8/Vorbis, both free media formats, and are hosted on an instance of GNU MediaGoblin, the social media sharing platform which many of you helped support.
If you missed LibrePlanet this year or didn't have time to attend all the talks, there are lots of great sessions worth watching. In total, seven talks are included in this batch of videos. They include:
- "Outreach Program for Women: Lessons in Collaboration" by Marina Zhurakhinskaya
- "When Free Software isn't (Practically) Better" by Benjamin Mako Hill
- "Replicant: Addressing Android Freedom Issues" by Denis Carikli
- "Free Software and 3D Printing" by Aeva Palecek
- "Expanding the Tent" by Beth Lynn Eicher, Jonathan Nadeau, and Deb Nicholson
- "Demystifying Blender: Quick Ways to Get into 3D Graphics with Free Software" by Bassam Kurdali
- "Debian & GNU" by Stefano Zacchiroli
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