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Seventy Videos From Linaro Connect Europe 2013

Unknown Lamer posted about a year ago | from the watch-and-learn dept.

Linux 6

DeviceGuru writes "Linaro has just published videos and slides from keynotes, technical presentations, and panel discussions at last week's Linaro Connect Europe 2013 event held in Dublin, Ireland. Linaro is a nonprofit organization focused on consolidating and optimizing open source software for the ARM architecture, including the GCC toolchain, the Linux kernel, ARM power management, graphics and multimedia interfaces. The conference's sessions spanned a wide range of topics, including Android, Builds and Baselines, Enterprise, Graphics and Multimedia, Linux Kernel, Network, Project Management Tools, Training, and more." The list of videos, hosted on Youtube and many with slides available.

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Fagets are ghey (-1)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44310037)

ARM = processors for fagets

Fagets? (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44310369)

ARM = processors for fagets

"Fagets" means, roughly, "trade's", "craft's", or "profession's" in Danish, the only language where it means anything. So I guess ARMs are processors for Danish professionals?

Re:Fagets? (-1)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44310611)

Are u ghey, brah? Do u even lift?

That is a terrible headline (4, Insightful)

neminem (561346) | about a year ago | (#44310139)

At least if you don't know that "Linaro Connect Europe" is the name of an event, which I'd guess most of us don't. I was curious what Linaro was, and how 70 videos of it had apparently connected Europe. (Isn't most of Europe already pretty connected? At least if you include the Chunnel...)

What's with all the videos? (2, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44311499)

I see a growing trend of posting videos of events rather than providing a textual summary. Guess what guys/gals? We don't have good indexing technology yet making it impossible for search engines to index and making it hard for us to find information.

But even more important, I am not going to waste time watching a video just to find that nothing important was said. The way it should work (in an ideal world) is that the video AND the transcript or summary are both posted. That way we can determine if the video is even worth watching. As it is, my default is to ignore videos without summaries.

Re:What's with all the videos? (0)

Anonymous Coward | about a year ago | (#44314131)

yeah, and other technical info and links like jupiterbroadcasting does with it's "show notes".

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