Long time FreeBSD developer Luigi Rizzo from the University of Pisa came to Google last week to visit with Sam Leffler and me, and he agreed to give a talk about some of his work on link emulation and packet scheduling.This marks the second FreeBSD vid…
After my initial experiments last month, I applied to the FreeBSD Foundation for funds to pay for additional human editing of the YouTube machine generated transcripts. The screenshot on the left shows an example HIT (Human Intelligence Task) available on Amazon Mechanical Turk.
The task description on the left is based on a template I created with three variables:
The remaining 9 videos from AsiaBSDCon 2009 have been posted. The new videos include talks by Theo de Raadt, Eric Allman, Kris Moore, Mohamad Fauzie, Brooks Davis, Atillio Rao, A. Kantee, and the Works In Progress Sessions.