[Balug-Admin] Offer to Film January's BALUG Meeting
Thu Dec 27 21:28:23 PST 2007
Michael brings up a good point. I know that ESR values his privacy and we need to get his okay prior to filming. I will reach out to him via email.
in the event that I do not hear back from ESR regarding this issue, which is a possibility, I suggest that you bring your equipment and we simple ask his permission the night of the event. Unless you think that is too forward.
----- Original Message -----
From: Michael Paoli <Michael.Paoli@cal.berkeley.edu>
To: Andrew Fife <email@example.com>, 'Christian Einfeldt' <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thu, 27 Dec 2007 17:37:48 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: Offer to Film January's BALUG Meeting
I've got no problem/issue(s) with it being filmed - or I presume
video taped or the like.
Should confirm it's okay with our speaker - Andrew - do you want to ensure
we cover that?
Licensing? Whomever records it can likely release it under whatever
license(s) they want ... the more generally free in terms of freedom,
(and also cost) the less likely to generally trigger grumblings and such.
Quoting Andrew Fife <email@example.com>:
> Chrisitan Einfeldt is curious to know whether or not he can film BALUG's
> January meeting. I see no problem with this, but I do know that SVLUG had
> a bit of an uproar when some of their sessions were recorded by Google and
> posted on Youtube w/o a free licenses.
> I would want to ensure that the BALUG community had access to the film.
> For me, posting to Youtube (or preferably another higher quality site)
> would be good enough, but having witnessed the SVLUG spat, it might be
> better to request the film be licensed under the creative commons or
> something like that.
> If we don't hear back from anyone on this issue, the default is going to
> be to let Christian film so long as he makes it accessible to BALUG in
> some way.
> From: Christian Einfeldt [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, December 26, 2007 7:19 PM
> To: RSVP@balug.org
> Subject: RSVPing for January BALUG dinner
> Also, would it be okay if I film there? I am not sure that I will, in
> fact film, simply because the lighting at that restaurant is too dark.
> But it would be nice to know if I could film there. Maybe just shoot a
> few people having dinner with Eric and the other BALUGers.
> Thanks either way.
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