[joe at tao.org.uk: Announcement: FreeBSD Summit Live NetCast.]
jeff at jeff.net
Fri Feb 15 17:14:07 GMT 2002
I'm getting "connection refused". Am I too early?
On Fri, 15 Feb 2002, Josef Karthauser wrote:
> If anyone's interested in listening in, the FreeBSD summit meeting later
> today will be broadcast live over the net if you've got enough bandwidth
> to listen to it. It will be a 32kb/s stream so you should be fine with
> a 56k modem or better.
> ----- Forwarded message from Josef Karthauser <joe at tao.org.uk> -----
> Date: Fri, 15 Feb 2002 05:50:12 +0000
> From: Josef Karthauser <joe at tao.org.uk>
> To: FreeBSD developers <developers at freebsd.org>
> Subject: Announcement: FreeBSD Summit Live NetCast.
> Dear all,
> Assuming that we have a prevailing wind I will be broadcasting the
> FreeBSD summit meeting live from sunny Brighton UK, the location
> of the European BSD conference last November. An international
> call will get the audio as far as my modem, where it will be injected
> into an mp3 encoder and then relayed back across the Atlantic to
> ftp2.freebsd.org where it will be available for everyone to listen
> to live.
> You can listen in by using mpg123 (in the ports) from the command line:
> mpg123 http://ftp2.freebsd.org:8000/summit
> There will be a test signal running there on and off (mostly on)
> throughout the period up until the meeting starts. Feel free to
> connect and make sure that everything works as expected.
> I plan also to make an archive available after the event has finished;
> I'll announce where it will be later.
> Below then is the schedule as published by Robert Watson earlier
> today. These times are in PST, so the things should start proper
> at 5pm GMT.
> Please feel free to share the URL with friends and colleagues. I'm
> assured that ftp2.freebsd.org has in excess of 200mb/s of spare
> bandwidth. The audio streams will be 32kb/s each so we should be
> able to support thousands of streams if necessary.
> ------- forwarded message -------
> The tentative schedule is attached below. We will be attempting to stick
> to the schedule, and will use the Big Stick as needed.
> Robert N M Watson FreeBSD Core Team, TrustedBSD Project
> robert at fledge.watson.org NAI Labs, Safeport Network Services
> Friday, February 15
> 8:30am to 9:00 - Meet & Light Breakfast
> 9:00 to 9:50 - KObj Inheritance (gibbs)
> 10:00 to 10:50 - Platforms/Architectures
> - 5 minutes on each architecture: status and roadmap
> - PowerPC
> - IA-64
> - x86-64
> - sparc64
> - arm?
> - 10 minutes for toolchain roadmap
> - 20 minutes for questions / buffer
> 11:00 to 11:25 - Geom (tentative)
> 11:25 to 11:50 - Networking Architecture (tentative)
> 12:00pm to 12:50 - TrustedBSD (tentative)
> 12:50 to 2:00 - Lunch
> 2:00 to 2:25 - KSE (tentative)
> 2:25 to 2:50 - SMPng (tentative)
> 3:00 to 3:50 - devd and devfsd
> 4:00 to 4:50 - 5.0 developer snapshot (tentative)
> 4:55 to 5:00 - Get kicked out of the room
> ------- end -------
> ----- End forwarded message -----
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