|From:||Christian Schaller <christian.schaller-AT-gmail.com>|
|To:||gstreamer-devel-AT-lists.freedesktop.org, gstreamer-announce-AT-lists.freedesktop.org, lwn-AT-lwn.net, Michael Larabel <Michael-AT-michaellarabel.com>|
|Subject:||GStreamer Conference 2012 Schedule is online!|
|Date:||Thu, 19 Jul 2012 19:22:38 +0200|
I am happy to announce that the schedule for this years GStreamer Conference is now available. In addition to talks about core GStreamer topics like GStreamer 1.0, the GStreamer SDK and hardware enablement with GStreamer 1.0, we can also offer a great selection of talks on related multimedia technologies such as ALSA, Wayland, V4L, OpenGL and Mesa and the Opus Audio Codec this year. So if you are only attending one conference this year about Linux multimedia, then this conference should be the one. Be sure to check out the GStreamer Conference website to see the current schedule and detailed description of this years talks: http://gstreamer.freedesktop.org/conference/ So if you haven't registered to attend already make sure to do so now and we hope to see you all in San Diego, USA. We have also tried to put in more breaks this year to allow more time for networking and socialising around the talks, in order to give everyone attending more time to speak with the core developers and speakers at the conference, as we consider this part of the core value of the conference. The conference is also co-located with LinuxCon North America and Linux Plumbers Conference, so you might want to consider also attending those events. More information can be found on the GStreamer Conference website. We would also like to say thank you to our sponsors and partners for making this conference possible. This includes our Gold Sponsor Collabora and our Silver sponsors Entropy Wave, Fluendo, Igalia and Google. Also a special thanks to our press partners Lwn.net and Phoronix.com who both will be covering the event and Ubicast who will be recording all the talks like they did last year. Sincerely, Christian Schaller
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