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== Upcoming ==
 
== Upcoming ==
* 2006-07-11: [[events/2006-07-11-an-event-apart-microformats|An Event Apart: Microformats]]
 
* 2006-07-11: ICWE Tutorial on Microformats by Ryan King
 
 
* 2006-09-13 - 2006-09-14: Future of Web Apps - Microformats session
 
* 2006-09-13 - 2006-09-14: Future of Web Apps - Microformats session
 
* ...
 
* ...
  
 
== Recent ==
 
== Recent ==
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* 2006-07-11: [[events/2006-07-11-an-event-apart-microformats|An Event Apart: Microformats]]
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* 2006-07-11: ICWE Tutorial on Microformats by Ryan King
 
* 2006-06-21: [[events/2006-06-21-supernova-decentralizing-data|Supernova 2006 Decentralizing Data workshop]]
 
* 2006-06-21: [[events/2006-06-21-supernova-decentralizing-data|Supernova 2006 Decentralizing Data workshop]]
 
* 2006-06-20: Microformats.org [[events/anniversary/1|one year anniversary!]]  
 
* 2006-06-20: Microformats.org [[events/anniversary/1|one year anniversary!]]  

Revision as of 12:37, 14 July 2006

Microformats related events

Please add any microformats related events (specifically, events where there will be talks on microformats) you find here, and we'll add them to the hCalendar on the home page. Please also create a page for each specific event, where you can list URLs for the event, event details, create an "Attending" section, link to photos afterwards etc. (See Microformats panel at W3C Plenary Day for a decent example to mimic). Thanks! -Tantek

For presenations in particular, there's a seperate wiki page.

Patterns:

  • YYYY-MM-DD: [[events/YYYY-MM-DD-event-session-title Event Session Title]]
  • YYYY-MM-DD - YYYY-MM-DD: [[events/YYYY-MM-DD-event-session-title Event Session Title]]

Upcoming

  • 2006-09-13 - 2006-09-14: Future of Web Apps - Microformats session
  • ...

Recent

Quicktime Broadcaster Notes

For setting up a mac laptop with an iSight and QT Broadcaster in order to publish live audio/video from events.

  1. Make sure you have the necessary equipment and software installed
  2. Get a broadcast template document from someone (see KevinMarks for example)
  3. Open that, then change the info in the 'Network' pane that has his name etc in it.
  4. Check the video and audio panes are using your iSight
  5. Another tip is that the standalone thingy for the iSight can be more useful than the screen-top one if you have a desk, as that way it picks up less typing noise and wobbles
  6. I find plugging in headphones is a good idea, as you can then monitor and not get howlround

http://microformats.org/media/broadcast.mov