The ROFL-lution Will Not Be Televised (It Will Be Streamed)

Posted on April 23, 2010 by Tim Hwang
Categories: Announcements, Partners and Friends, ROFLCon II

So, the cat’s out of the bag at this point, but just wanted to officially give the big shout out here that ROFLCon II will be streaming all of its panels live for free, thanks to our good friends over at Mozilla Drumbeat and the Open Video Alliance.

You’ll be able to access it here.

And, for all you geeky, geeky Free Culture nerds out there — yes it’s true: glad to announce too that we’ll be officially streaming in HTML5 and open video (Theora, specifically). We’ll also be releasing all the raw video from the conference out on the Internet Archive under CC like we did back in 2008. So, booyah to that.

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