Alain Désilets’ (National Research Council of Canada) presentation at the PHP Québec CodeFest2008 on the challenges of massive translation collaboration in the wiki environment, and proposal for a cross lingual wiki engine concept to tackle the problem.
The presentation was followed by an intensive brainstorming session on the said engine, which itself led to a coding session after.
The video/sound is unedited and the quality isn’t fantastic, but it’s getting the word out that counts, right? :)
See also: Heri’s report on Montreal Tech Watch.
Hi mr spielberg
i think it’s a great job.
actually, i like blip.tv’s video player. gives me ideas.
by the way, how did things finish sunday? i left out too early to know waht they came up with
It all went great, but I wasn’t able to join the end of event diner. I went back to my family instead, having been away all weekend. Was missing my kids. :)
I coded until around 6-7pm, went home, then coded some more once the boys were in bed.
PS: yup, the blip.tv channel feature (eg: http://stephdau.blip.tv/) is really cool for semi-pro and pro vloggers. And the service kept on surprising me (ftp upload, perso hostname, etc). Nice!