Kevin Standlee (kevin_standlee) wrote,
Kevin Standlee

WSFS Preliminary Business Meeting Videos

After determining that trying to use my smartphone's internet bridge to upload the Business Meeting Videos would take (literally) thousands of hours, I sprung for the $16/day high-speed (wired) internet service and set the videos to uploading while we went out to dinner. By the time we came back, the videos had all posted.

These are raw video, not edited, no subtitles or other pretty stuff. Because we only are doing a single-camera shoot, and because most people don't like sitting in the forward rows, it looks like there are only a handful of people in the room instead of the perhaps 150 who were actually present:

Part 1: The Stuff You Really Care About (YA Hugo, Fan Hugos, BDP Very Short Form, the other proposed constitutional amendments).

Part 2: Stuff Some of You Care About (Hugo Award eligibility extensions, Retro-Hugo eligibility extension debate, some other committee reports)

Part 3: Stuff Vaguely Interesting (Resolutions, discussion of Retro-Hugo eligibility extension for The Hobbit, beginning of Worldcon financial reports)

Part 4: Stuff Almost Nobody Pays Attention To (Recent Worldcon financial reports, closing matter and adjournment)
Tags: business meeting, worldcon, wsfs

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