- Luke Gorrie's account of his exciting startup Teclo Networks will be published somewhat later not to compromise the business (and it's a great talk, so don't miss it :),
- and Paul Miller's showcase of LinkExplorer, a Windows LispWorks CAPI-based GUI application was not recorded by the request of his company.
The sound quality is not stellar, because, unfortunetely, there was a laying of the ground 50Hz signal on the mic's signal at the site. But judging from my experiences in organizing TEDxKyiv, sound is the usual point of failure at conferences, and it's pretty hard to get it right. Yet, I hope, that next meeting will have a more professional recording set up (maybe through CLF), because, in my opinion, these videos are extremely valuable to the community. I really miss some talks from ECLM 2009, like Kuroda Hisao's, Dave McClure's or Dan Weinreib's, and most of all, the Piano.aero one...
For me the overall meeting experience was really fantastic, and the talks actually form only a minor half of that. Immersing myself into the Lisp community and participating in so many profound conversations with brilliant Lisp programmers was the really exciting part. The good overview of the conference experience is given by Luís Oliveira. So I'm really looking forward for the ECLM 2012. Maybe, organize it in a different European city this time?..