Submissions/Joint Video Workshop

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Title of the submission

Joint Video Workshop

Type of submission (workshop, tutorial, panel, presentation)

workshop

Author of the submission

Arno Bakker, Richard Knipel, Ben Moskowitz, Michael Dale, Jan Gerber, Victor Grishchenko, Riccardo Petrocco, Johan Pouwelse, Diego Rabaioli, David Evan Harris

E-mail address or username (if username, please confirm email address in Special:Preferences)
Country of origin

Netherlands, US, Germany, United States

Affiliation, if any (organization, company etc.)

Delft University of Technology, Kaltura, Wikimedia NYC, Open Video Alliance, Global Lives Project; Institute for the Future

Personal homepage or blog

http://www.p2p-next.org | http://kaltura.org | http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wikimedia_New_York_City | http://benmoskowitz.com | http://metavid.org/blog | | http://globallives.org | http://www.davidevanharris.com | http://iftf.org

30-word contribution & benefits statement

In this workshop we present and discuss all aspects of getting video on Wikipedia, from content creation to scalable hosting.

Proposed time frame (1h or 2h or 4h)

4h

Abstract (please use no less than 300 words to describe your proposal)

This workshop is a merger of a number of submissions. The program for the workshop is as follows:

* Presentation: Let's Get Video on Wikipedia
* Presentation: Kaltura Collaborative Video and Wikimedia
* Bold Video? Style guidelines for video content in Wikipedia
* Lunch
* Presentation: P2P for Wikipedia Video Delivery
* Discussion on P2P and Wikipedia


Track (People and Community/Knowledge and Collaboration/Infrastructure)

People and Community, Infrastructure, Knowledge and Collaboration,

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