Slowly I’m finishing up the Ohio LinuxFest audio I have. Even though they’ll eventually be released by Ohio LinuxFest in better quality, I still recorded parts of a couple talks to see how my recorder would do.
First is Dann Washko’s talk on the Linux boot process. A guy sat down next to me halfway through the talk, and started making lots of noise, so I cut the recording short. Here it is in MP3 if you want it. It’s starts in the middle of Klaatu’s intoduction.
Second I have Jorge Castro’s talk “Building a Community Around Your Project.” This one actually came out pretty well. It stands up without the slides, and has good advice on not only building a community but on running a free software project in general. Here it is in MP3 and OGG format.