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GNU Hackers Meeting in Paris, 2011

This GNU Hackers Meeting took place from Thursday 25th August to Sunday 28th August, 2011. More information is at //www.gnu.org/ghm/2011/paris/.


Introduction To The GNU Hackers' Meeting

By: Ludovic Courtes
Video File: Ludovic_Courtes-Introduction.ogv

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The User In The Loop

By: Andy Wingo
Video File: Andy_Wingo-_The_user_in_the_loop.ogv

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Extending GCC with MELT for Free Software

By: Basile Starynkevitch, Pierre Vittet
Video File: Basile_Starynkevitch-MELT.ogv

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Org-mode is to Emacs what Emacs is to computers

By: Bastien Guerry
Video File: Bastien_Guerry-Orgmode.ogv

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GNU Free Call — a healthnet of cars and cell phones

By: Haakon Meland Eriksen
Video File: Haakon_Eriksen-GNU_Free_Call.ogv

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Lightning Talks

Video File: GSoC-Lighting_talks.ogv

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Goodbye World! The perils of relying on output streams in C

By: Jim Meyering
Video File: Jim_Meyering-Goodbye_World.ogv

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Emacs XWidget Branch

By: Joakim Verona
Video File: Joakim_Verona-Emacs_XWidget.ogv

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GNU Epsilon, an Extensible Programming Language

By: Luca Saiu
Video File: Luca_Saiu-GNU_Epsilon.ogv

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Woodchuck: Improving Data Availability for Mobile Devices

By: Neal Walfield
Video File: Neal_Walfield-Woodchuck.ogv

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Recent Development Directions for makeinfo

By: Patrice Dumas
Video File: Patrice_Dumas-Makeinfo.ogv

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Extensibility in GNUstep and Étoilé

By: Quentin Mathé
Video File: Quentin_Mathe-GNUStep_Etoile.ogv

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Making Old Things New

By: Reuben Thomas
Video File: Reuben_Thomas-Making_old_things_new.ogv

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LibreDWG

By: Rodrigo da Silva
Video File: Rodrigo_da_Silva-GNU_LibreDWG.ogv

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GNU/Hurd, aka. Extensibility from the Ground

By: Samuel Thibault
Video File: Samuel_Thibault-GNU_Hurd.ogv

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Scilab: Extendability issues when dealing with non-IT people

By: Sylvestre Ledru
Video File: Sylvestre_Ledru-Scilab.ogv

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Introduction to the GNU MPFR library

By: Vincent Lefevre
Video File: Vincent_Lefevre-GNU_MPFR.ogv

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Emacs Lisp, Guile, JavaScript, A Hard Limit, and an Ethical Argument

By: Jim Blandy
Video File, Part 1: jim_blandy_part1.ogv
Video File, Part 2: jim_blandy_part2.ogv
Note that audio is not very good.

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Debian in context: distributions, upstreams, and downstreams

By: Stefano Zacchiroli, Debian Project Leader
Video File: Zack-Debian_and_GNU.ogv

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