Video: Recent public talk with Linus Torvalds

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Linux Foundation head Jim Zemlin interviewed Linus Torvalds on stage at LinuxCon North America 2015. I thought it was worth sharing. Enjoy!

Here's a direct YouTube link for anyone with browser iframe issues:

Here is a summary of an even more recent public interview with Linus from LinuxCon Dublin. I hope a video of it is made available in the not-too-distant future.

Video: Q & A with Linus Torvalds at DebConf Portland 2014

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We watched this last night at the BozemanLUG meeting. I believe it was recorded last Sunday (August 31st) at the DebConf Portland 2014 event so Linus is talking to a room full of Debian true believers. This is one of the more interesting Question and Answer sessions I've seen with Linus because in it he goes into quite a few controversial topics. On a few occasions he crosses over the line and realizes it and has to walk some stuff back. Is there anyone who agrees with Linus on everything? If so, I'm not one of those people. There are about 4 or 5 things he talks about in the video that I'm on the other side of but I won't bore everyone with what those might be. I didn't go with VP9/OPUS for this one so it is webm with VP8/OGG inside. Enjoy!

Video: LinuxCon Chicaco 2014 - Linux Kernel Panel

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Here's the Linux Kernel Panel from a couple of days ago... at LinuxCon Chicago 2014

It was re-encoded in webm format with vp9 / opus and is very low bandwidth... 200kbit video and 96kbit audio. The source material wasn't HD so it really isn't a good example of what vp9/opus can do but it ain't bad. Enjoy.

Video: Linus Torvalds, Where is Linux Going

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LinuxCon 2013 Europe was this week... and videos from it have started being published. Here's a video with our favorite Linux leader about the future of the Linux kernel. Enjoy!

Oh, and here is the Kernel Developer Panel

Video: Where Are We Going?

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The videos from LinuxCon Europe 2012 are starting to come out. Here's one with Linux Torvalds and Dirk Hohndel on where we are going. Credit for this video goes to The Linux Foundation.

Here is a link to the webm.

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