[@OKau] [@OKFNau] business case for open data projects

Rosie Williams budgetaus at hotmail.com
Fri Mar 27 06:29:48 UTC 2015

I think the hardware is designed by him actually- an open...knowledge/IP not sure of the terminology now as it was about six months ago that we last discussed this. Tim's at https://twitter.com/mithro?lang=en - might be a conversation for the hardware geeks.

Rosie Williams BA (Sociology)________________________________________

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Date: Fri, 27 Mar 2015 17:22:05 +1100
From: mattcen at gmail.com
To: okfn-au at lists.okfn.org
Subject: Re: [@OKau] [@OKFNau] business case for open data projects

On 2015-03-27 17:18, Rosie Williams wrote:
> It is good to hear the
> problems people have and its reminded me that I ran into Tim Ansell at
> an Open Australia Foundation pub meet who is working on a solution to
> the problem of easily videoing presentations for streaming or
> republication. http://blog.mithis.net/archives/category/timvideos-us
> I'm afraid I'm not up on the technology but the problem Tim intends to
> address echoed the problem described in the thread here. Tim works for
> Google and will be at Tuesday's pub meet so I can chat to him about
> his solution. Perhaps it will be something I can use. 
Tim does the video for Linux.conf.au, and does it extremely well. I've
not looked into the solution myself, but I get the impression that it
requires some fairly specific hardware to do it well. Definitely worth
discussing with him though.
Matthew Cengia

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