[Linux-aus] Re: A/V recordings and publishing
silvia at silvia-pfeiffer.de
Wed Jan 31 10:20:12 UTC 2007
The CMMLbot annotations are a bonus from LCA and I am very grateful
that there were a few people taking care of it. Had I had more
helpers, I would have organised it better - but as it stood, it was a
We have some ideas on how to run it better in future. But again, it
will need a dedicated person to take care of it and manage.
We will try to publish the annotations with the talks on a CMMLWiki
site, but I won't promise it at this stage. My highest priority is to
get all the videos published as Oggs and the ones that were borked
transcoded from DV tape to DVD.
On 1/31/07, Mary Gardiner <mary at puzzling.org> wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 31, 2007, Steve Walsh wrote:
> > This is where the IRC annotation comes in. The COMML bot and other
> > methods the AV team used means that his is reasonably comprehensive when
> > people had the time, inclination or Battery Charge (D'oh!) to do it.
> It was never made hugely clear what was going on with the IRC channels
> or what should be annotated: at least, I never saw it on the attendees
> list. The list was just that there were channels and those channels were
> for annotation... not anything about annotation form or the list.
> A potential improvement to this process would be annotation guidelines
> and perhaps even a volunteer roster, where people could volunteer to
> annotate a talk or two. I did a couple, it's exhausting and should be
> distributed ;) Such annotation guidelines would be a great resource
> outside the conference too.
> While I'm at it, I'll note that this kind of annotation is potentially
> useful in computational linguistics research and related research,
> especially where freely licenced (so much of what we work with is
> restrictively licenced) especially if a large volume of it accumulates.
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