Full Circle Podcast 23: OGGCamp Part One
Full Circle Podcast Episode 23 OGG Camp, Part One
In this episode, the Unconference Begins…
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- Robin Catling (blog at http://catlingmindswipe.blogspot.com/, @robincatling on Twitter)
Additional audio by Victoria Pritchard
00:40 | WELCOME and INTRO: About OGG Camp 11
OGG Camp is a joint venture organised by the Ubuntu UK podcast and Linux outlaws teams, taking over from the sadly departed LUG Radio live. In this, it’s third year, OGG Camp came South to the Farnham Maltings venue. These are some of the highlights of what happened on Saturday, Day One. None of the names have been changed to protect the guilty…
02:19 | Arrival at OGG Camp 11
09:12 | Introducing Simon Phipps, who presented the opening session of the unconference to a packed main hall, on Software Freedom.
A computer industry veteran, Simon Phipps came on with an actual box of hats which he proceeded the change at speed, reminding me of Tommy Cooper in his heyday.
Simon has come up through hands-on roles as field engineer, programmer and systems analyst, run a software publishing company, worked with OSI standards in the eighties, on the first commercial collaborative conferencing software in the nineties, and helped introduce both Java and XML at IBM.
A founding Director of the Open Mobile Alliance, Simon is Chief Strategy Officer at independent software company ForgeRock and Director of the Open Source Initiative. Find his essays at webmink.com.
10:10 | Simon Phipps’ presentation on software freedom. Here’s a shortened version of the presentation which ran to 35 minutes in its entirety.
24:55 | Presentation from Karen Sandler. Karen wasn’t due on the scheduled track, but stepped into an unexpected gap to talk about something, dare I say, very close to her heart? Opening up embedded software in medical devices.
41: 48 | Introducing the Panel Discussion
- Dan Lynch – Linux Outlaws – Chairman
- Karen Sandler – Gnome Foundation and ex Software Freedom Law Center
- Simon Phipps – Forgerock and Open Software Initiative
- Stuart ‘Aq’ Langridge – Canonical and ex-LUG Radio
- Fabian Scherschel – Linux Outlaws
42:13 | Panel Discussion: questions from the floor
1.19:51 | End of Day One. A summary of proceedings. A little about the Maltings venue.
1.25:22 | OUTRO AND WRAP
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