Jeremy Felt

WCSF 2014 Talk: Public Universities and Open Source Software

The above is my talk about applying the open source ethos to sharing our work as a community in public land grant universities. I posted earlier with the full textual context and slides.

You may notice that the talk description is very far off from the actual talk. šŸ™‚ I originally submitted an expansive talk on public universities using and contributing to open source software. When I was invited to do a 5 minute lightning talk instead, I chopped and chopped at the original material. Once I reached the 8 minute mark, I had to pick between two paths and this felt the most right.

Boone asked a question after the talk which was exactly related to the other path. And I flubbed the answer. I’m in the process of writing a post now with what I really wanted to say and it’s definitely a topic I want to continue discussing.

I will also note that IĀ loved the lightning talk format. It was the hardest talk I’ve had to prepare for and I’m happy that I recognized that far enough in advance. It was great to be a part of such a wonderful lineup this year at WCSF.

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