I was deeply honored to be invited to give a keynote at LCA and, as a result, felt more pressure than usual to put together something that was novel, relevant and entertaining and that spoke to core issues and problems facing free software.
Although it’s always hard for me to watch myself speaking, I’ve made it through the video and am reasonably happy with the result. Although perhaps it’s a minor distinction, I think this lecture is probably the best talk I’ve given given to date! I hope to give the talk again so, as always, I welcome comments and feedback.
If you’d like to watch it, the talk is available in a number of free and non-free formats:
- Video in Ogg Theora — Should "just work" in new versions of Firefox
- Audio in Ogg Vorbis
- New Zealand Mirror with media in Flash, Theora, Vorbis, and MP4/MP3 versions