OCaml 2017 videos?


#4

A quick update: I was told that the workshop videos should start showing up around next week.


#5

Folks, where should we expect to see the videos?


#6

and while we’re talking about videos and ICFP 2017 related, is Interfacing OCaml and Rust: picking the right tool for the job by Joris Giovannangeli at CUFP 2017 recorded and available? I couldn’t find it so far.


#7

@gasche, where do these things get posted? Unfortunately, when I googled a bit for ICFP 2017 videos, I didn’t have a lot of luck.


#8

I expect the videos to show up on the ICFP Youtube channel, but as one can see they aren’t available yet – I was told something too optimistic. I pinged the relevant people (the ICFP video chair), but there is not much else we can do. Patience is a virtue!


#9

Videos for the main ICFP 2017 conference just started flowing in on Youtube. I have no insider information, but I hope that video recording of the workshop talks will soon follow.


#10

Looks like they posted some of the videos but the OCaml workshop is missing. Deja vu?


#11

So the videos of the Scheme Workshop are now up online. I still don’t have reliable information (the last time I pinged people was December 8th), but I hope that the OCaml videos will show up… at some point :slight_smile:


#12

CUFP.org site embeds the videos directly. I add the links once the videos become available, but to my knowledge they are not up yet.


#13

Some of the videos have been uploaded three days ago, they are available on an OCaml 2017 Youtube channel.


#14

The links were added to the meeting page.


#15

Some videos are private. Is this intended?


#16

Why are these with such an incredible bad audio?


#17

I would guess that the microphone for the auditorium didn’t connect directly in to the recording equipment.

It is indeed rather difficult to hear the talks.


#18

This counts for all the talks.


#19

Haven’t tried listening yet, but that’s too bad. Same problem as last year I believe.


#20

Yah, it’s a shame. I’d really like to hear some of this stuff. I suppose someone who is pretty talented at audio processing could improve them.


#21

Yeah, I think that is even doable for somebody halfway skilled.


#22

I’ll take your word for it. Fixing inaudible sound without making it painful to listen to is beyond what I can do, but I know there are people who can manage. :expressionless:


#23

You can probably apply some filters, but I wouldn’t expect miracles.