Last week, we had our fourth annual Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit. In the years since our first one at Google in 2007, quite a bit has changed: more mobile content, a bigger audience and a broader collection of developers, industry people and users solving real technical and legal challenges facing the platform. (We also all got free Linux phones.) Another big change? For the first time we offered live streaming of day one to anyone who registered. The streaming by all accounts went well and we look forward to offering this service for Linuxcon and future Linux Foundation events.But in case you missed it live, now you can catch up. We have published all the keynotes from day one here: http://video.linuxfoundation.org/categories/conferences-symposiums/2010-collaboration-summit This year a theme emerged: how companies work within the Linux community.My highlights:
- Dan Frye’s Ten+ Years at IBM. Dan shares his knowledge on building a Linux competency center at Big Blue. If you have a business in mobile, embedded or enterprise computing you don’t want to miss it. http://video.linuxfoundation.org/video/1709 
- Josh Berkus, How to Prevent Community. A hilarious look at good and bad community practices. http://video.linuxfoundation.org/video/1715 
- The kernel panel. With all this talk about the Linux community, it’s refreshing to get down to the technology and hear from the developers themselves. http://video.linuxfoundation.org/video/1712 
- Does Open Source Mean Open Cloud? A great group discussing the future of computing: the cloud. http://video.linuxfoundation.org/video/1710 
Day two and threes were also filled with great technical and legal discussions and collaboration. Sadly no video. Next year you’ll just have to attend. We have put together many of the slides presented at the conference though: http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/collaboration-summit/slides I hope you enjoy these videos and would like to thank the technical and event crew who pulled this off with limited resources. Please let me know if you have feedback. Keep an eye on our Linuxcon announcements. The early bird discount expires soon and I hope to see everyone there for what is sure to be a great time.