very interesting, thank you very much for that video from Jane Wells.
WordPress: great at websites, not great at sound.
Because WordCamp videos are shot in various locations and venues, sometimes the recorded sound isn’t ideal. Certainly, the content of the presentations outweighs the slightly wonky audio that sometimes results.
Enjoyed listening to the video. I didn’t encounter any major problems with the audio. I’m a new user of WPMU. I’m reading and listening to as much as I can to get up to date and be ready for future changes.
The sound does pick up a minute into the video as the microphones get turned on. Unfortunately, the quality isn’t top notched, but hopefully it’s enough to get something out of it. cheers.
Cool. Great video.
I didn’t notice any audio problems at all.
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July 12, 2009
Jane Wells of Automattic discusses the future of WordPress. Surprise: it’s not all about features.
Slides from the presentation are available here.
Video production by Arthur Cormon of TV McGill.
WordCamp Montréal 2009 8
Jane Wells 15
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