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the FOSDEM 2009 videos are ready - now I need FTP space

From: Lars Sonchocky-Helldorf
Subject: the FOSDEM 2009 videos are ready - now I need FTP space
Date: Tue, 26 Jan 2010 15:16:54 +0100

After almost a year I finally finished editing the recordings from last years GNUstep developers room.

At first I wanted to upload the videos to some video portal (youtube, vimeo or something else) myself. Then I realized that youtube is not an option since it limits the length of uploaded video to 10 minutes for average users (there are longer videos on youtube - I just don't how they did this). And vimeo is also not an option: here a file size limit kicks in, you get only 500MB per week as a free user - this is less than the size of a single video I've got.

Fortunately the FOSDEM people offered help here (thanks go especially to Christophe Vandeplas). They have a youtube account where they will upload my videos. The videos will also be available at video.fosdem.org

My problem now is:

How do I get those files to the FOSDEM people in a timely manner (e.g. asap). FOSDEM doesn't have machines that support ftp. They prefer to download it themselves from some ftp or http site.

Does GNUstep maintain a ftp site where I can put the videos just for the download by the FOSDEM people (after the videos are downloaded they can be removed again)?

I've got 10 videos, about 40 to 60 minutes each. That results in file sizes ranging from 670MB to 1,39GB (all videos together amount to 9,04GB and are in H.264 format in a .mov container).

Thanks for your help,


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