Hi all – I believe I have all of the videos uploaded (I need to double check with the source video I have).
See the Viewl.y channel for the list: https://view.ly/c/2e49c34e9de9bfa2
Review Videos & Post Titles / Descriptions
I know some are missing titles and description of the actual content. Only I have access to edit that right now, it would be helpful if people could view them and post titles / descriptions here as content so I can update them.
I have created a permanent record of the agenda with links to notes and discussion forums in the Scrolls wiki https://github.com/ethereum-magicians/scrolls/wiki/Council-of-Berlin-Agenda – it’s not fully complete, so please do edit and flesh it out.
I have a draft wrap up post for Monday where I’ll be more “officially” sharing all that, but it’s up now.
Raw Video Footage - Please Download
There is a bunch of raw footage and still photos here - https://www.dropbox.com/sh/wob2kkswtt1sv4s/AABELKU58SjXBxHj-kmDz0mxa?dl=0
I am on a slow connection. I ask that people download the video somewhere so Anton can free up the space in his Dropbox.
Can we put these on IPFS? I may be able to get the Viewly guys to bulk upload them? cc @tomislavmamic
Still Photos - Making a Gallery
I have some still photos I took myself, and then Anton the camera operator from the video crew sent me a link with a great set of people portraits (included in Dropbox link above). I think @mattlock stuck some on Google Photos somewhere. I downloaded the stills already.
Back in the day, we used Flickr / Flickr Groups, which has the advantage of some great tagging and choice of license.
But, it’s yet another service and one where we don’t control the domain.
I may experiment with uploading them via IPFS, but I’m unclear how to keep them pinned and/or accessible via a web gateway. Thoughts?
I’d like to make all content and footage CC-BY-NC. I usually prefer CC-BY as the most open, but I kind of want a shield against commercial entities using it. Of course, we’re not watermarking it or doing anything with it, so…
Any thoughts on licensing?
For all of this, ideally it’s a pattern we can follow going forward for events – I say pattern, because experimentation is good too! But it would be great to start preserving our history now with raw files and documentation.