Jam 14: Video and Sound (and anything else)
held September 2009
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These are the lightning talks that were presented at the London Open Source Jam 14, which was mainly about "Video and Sound" (and anything else):
- Steven Goodwin - The three problems with computer game engines (and how SGX deals with them).
- Borys Musielak - Filmaster, an open source film recommendation engine.
- Neil Harris - On a common meta data format for content discovery on the semantic web.
- Sam Mbale - An update on the latest from his various projects.
- Douglas Squirrel - BlindPages.com - accessibility for blind and partially sighted people. How hard it is for blind people to find the information they want on the web.
- Glyn Wintle - On the government's plans to issue ISP disconnection notices without any burden of proof for those suspected of file sharing.
- Jagannathan - Din, a software musical instrument for playing Indian music live. Jag also gave us an impressive performance of his instrument. Those interested in hearing more, check out the TOPLAP UK site.
- Themis Bourdenas - The vine engine, a modular game engine for 2d and 3d games.
- Michael Mahemoff - Web tools frameworks for intranets, bookmarklets and trails in scrumptious.
We also posted a summary on the Google Open Source blog.