Unfortunately, I will be stuck in Australia and will miss this Drupalcon.
Will all sessions be recorded? If so, how long until they are posted online?
All of the past Drupalcons have been recorded... so I'm assuming the same for this. They're typically posted a week or so afterwards, and you'll see an announcement on Drupal Planet.
That being said, I'm not sure if they film upside sown (since, you know, you're in Australia)
Will there be livestreams for sessions despite the keynotes? Would be great!
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... which is pretty cool. That being said, IMO, they should all be streamed/published live... just so that the rest of us don't *feel* so out of the loop. I mean it isn't as if people who can afford to attend the con will stay home to watch the sessions. The main reason to go to the conferences is for what happens outside the sessions, it certainly isn't to get the week or so headstart on the content of the sessions before they become public.
While getting the videos a week later isn't actually such a big deal, it feels kinda like one... just not a big enough for me to splurge for a plane ticket + hotel + registration + restaurants + bars, etc. So, if community is the "key to Drupal strength" and cohesion is a big factor, then having the Drupal Association splurge on some streaming seems reasonable.
/end of misplaced rant (in a forum that will never get noticed) :-/
I don't really see what the benefit of paying a premium to get the video out there faster would achieve - the DA keep the ticket price low so it's affordable, plus "splurge" on sending 60-odd people from the community to the Cons, which IMHO is more valuable an investment.
... I'd have to agree.
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