Crowdsourced Video QA

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I've noticed that a number of you all have been watching the rough archived videos in the livestream channel:

I'm hoping to use these as a foundation for the "official" archives, but I know there are various gaps, glitches, drops and problems.

As a result, I'd like to crowdsource help with identifying segments that work and segments that don't. For the bad bits, I have a lot of secondary footage on DV tapes, and I'll be working with UW to pull that to file & see what gaps I can fill.

Since I don't necessarily want to watch all 3 days multiple times, I thought I'd ask the community to help me find the problems.

If you've already re-watched a segment in the archives, or looked for something that wasn't there, please add info below. Or email me: corey dot harper at nyu. Or twitter at me: chrpr. Or call, fax, carrier pigeon, fedex, smoke signal, morse code, mime, interpretive dance... Yeah, probably easiest to just add the info here or contact me on the internet.

The schedule's below.


Segment Quality (Good, Passable, Missing, Drops)
Tue. 09:15-10:00 - Keynote #1 - Dan Chudnov
Tue. 10:20-10:40 - Beyond code: Versioning data with Git and Mercurial. (Charlie Collett and Martin Haye)
Tue. 10:40-11:00 - "Linked-Data-Ready" Software for Libraries
Tue. 11:00-11:20 - Your Catalog in Linked Data
Tue. 11:20-11:40 - HTML5 Microdata and
Tue. 11:40-12:00 - ALL TEH METADATAS! or How we use RDF to keep all of the digital object metadata formats thrown at us. Starts at 1:26:38. Sound is pretty muddy, and the air handler kicks in at 1:43:00 ish and wipes it out.
Tue. 13:00-13:20 - HathiTrust Large Scale Search: Scalability meets Usability
Tue. 13:20-13:40 - Relevance Ranking in the Scholarly Domain
Tue. 13:40-14:00 - Kill the search button II - the handheld devices are coming
Tue. 14:00-14:20 - Design for Developers
Tue. 14:20-14:40 - The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion): Building a Socially Constructed Archive of Grateful Dead Artifacts
Tue. 16:10-16:20 - Breakout reports, 16:20-17:20 - Lightning Talks 1, 17:20-17:30 - Daily wrap-up
Wed. 09:15-09:35 - Discovering Digital Library User Behavior with Google Analytics
Wed. 09:35-09:55 - How people search the library from a single search box
Wed. 09:55-10:15 - Building research applications with Mendeley
Wed. 10:35-10:55 - Stack View: A Library Browsing Tool
Wed. 10:55-11:15 - NoSQL Bibliographic Records: Implementing a Native FRBR Datastore with Redis
Wed. 11:15-12:00 - Ask Anything!
Wed. 13:00-13:20 - Indexing big data with Tika, Solr & map-reduce
Wed. 13:20-13:40 - In-browser data storage and me
Wed. 13:40-14:00 - Lies, Damned Lies, and Lines of Code Per Day
Wed. 14:00-14:20 - Practical Agile: What's Working for Stanford, Blacklight, and Hydra (Slides as PDF) (Slides as PowerPoint)
Wed. 15:50-16:00 - Breakout reports, 16:00-17:00 - Lightning Talks 2, 17:00-17:15 - Daily wrap-up Completely missing
Thu. 09:15-10:00 - Keynote #2 - Bethany Nowviskie
Thu. 10:15-11:00 - Lightning Talks 3
Thu. 11:00-11:20 - Your UI can make or break the application (to the user, anyway) This presentation starts about halfway through.
Thu. 11:20-11:40 - Quick and Dirty Clean Usability: Rapid Prototyping with Bootstrap
11:40-12:00 - Search Engine Relevancy Tuning - A Static Rank Framework for Solr/Lucene endofC4l12 segment starts about 29:40
12:00-12:20 - Wrap-Up