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Special Announcement

Keynote
Location: Portland Ballroom
Average rating: *....
(1.97, 37 ratings)

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Comments

Jason Phillips
08/15/2011 11:41am PDT

The two minute intro video with Tim O’Reilly, Al Gore and Bill Joy raised expectations of a great presentation… then it turned into a cheesy infomercial.

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Ricardo Signes
08/01/2011 6:11am PDT

This was an advertisement. If it had been a technical demo instead, it might have really been interesting. Instead, it led to me hearing from literally dozens of people about how disappointing it was and how it was just a press event for a sponsor.

I found it uninteresting and overhyped. The subsequent details given explained nothing. It sounded like “some commodity server.” With no demo, I was left to assume it was what it sounded like.

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Bert Porter
07/31/2011 5:43pm PDT

This was a disgusting piece of hype. Totally out of place at OSCON.

Frankie Ramos
07/28/2011 10:13am PDT

Will a video of this keynote be made available?

Casper Bodewitz
07/27/2011 8:16pm PDT

The announcement would have been special if he’d explained what it was about, and if it was relevant for all the world.

Tim Krajcar
07/27/2011 8:09pm PDT

buzzword bingo!

Hans M. Kern
07/27/2011 11:50am PDT

”... enable global innovation.” And in the next sentence: ”... provide for middle America”.

I hope in future global means more than just the US.