On Fri, May 02, 2008 at 12:35:25PM -0400, Jesse Keating wrote:
On Sat, 2008-05-03 at 10:33 -0400, Jeffrey Tadlock wrote:
> My suggestion would be (if current resources allow for it - people and
> hardware) that we start with hosting Fedora specific videos. Use this
> as a pilot program. It is easier to justify as the content is
> directly related to Fedora and acts as a natural filter for requests.
> We can use this hosting experiment as a way to better "guesstimate"
> what would need to be in place (disk space wise, etc) before offering
> space for other conference videos. Once we have a better idea of
> space, bandwidth, etc. we can determine how to scale or if we should
> scale to the larger offering.
+1. This seems entirely reasonable, and in keeping with what we've
done in the past. Torrent-only, as Jesse noted, is sufficient for
this purpose at this time.
Fair, but maybe expanded a bit? If a Fedora Ambassador went to an
and in the name of Fedora gave at least one (captured) talk, all
captured talks of said event would be acceptable to host on Fedora
infrastructure, should the resources of the day handle it, for a set
This isn't bad, but until we have a space estimate of available space
(remembering we're about to load F9 there too) I wouldn't want to
commit those resources to non-Fedora-specific content yet.
Linux Technology Strategist, Dell Office of the CTO