South East 2006 show videosPublished: 30th Oct 2006, 23:26:58 | Permalink | Printable
Theatre presentations on Drobe TV aka Google VideoFollowing the talks given at this month's South East RISC OS show in Guildford, Surrey, Leo White has kindly uploaded the video recordings he made of the theatre presentations. If you have a web browser with a recent version of Flash installed, you can go watch them now on Google Video from the links below.
The three pieces, which cover RISCOS Ltd, Castle, RISC OS Open and RISC OS Now, are fairly good quality, and it's pretty clear what the speakers are saying. Click on a thumbnail to jump to the full clip.
|The RISCOS Ltd presentation. 55 minutes of ROL boss Paul Middleton talking about Select, the 32bitting process, RISC OS 6 and taking questions from the audience.|
|The Castle and RISC OS Open presentation. 42 minutes of Castle boss Jack Lillingston and ROS Open's Steve Revill talking about the "restructuring of Castle", the Iyonix range of computers, 'open sourcing' RISC OS, and taking questions from the audience.|
|The RISC OS Now presentation. 20 minutes of editor Louie Smith talking about her new magazine, what's in it, who's it for, and so on.|
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