I noticed that there is a BoF Meeting for data engineering and it mentioned a BoF Discord Voice channel. When I went to the Julia Discord, I didn’t see such a channel. Is it just not up yet? Or is it in a different server?
Edit: I was somehow on the 2022 Julia Con page. Sorry! Ping: @pat-alt
Is there/will there be a JuliaCon 2023 discord channel that I’ve somehow missed?
No special Discord this year, but you could try the Humans of Julia Discord, the Slack
#juliacon channel, or Zulip.
The organizers will be reachable primarily here or on Slack in the JuliaCon channel.
Also, the Tuesday workshops will NOT be streamed on YouTube. I suggest reaching out to the workshop presenters if you interested in the topic.
I figured out my mistake, I’m not sure where I found the link to begin with (Maybe Googling?), but I ended up on live.juliacon.org which still shows 2022 details but doesn’t say “2022” anywhere in the header area.
Not a biggie, but wanted to flag in case you get other folks reporting weirdness like me
I just got access to live.juliacon.org. I’m going to see what I can do it about tomorrow.
Will the first day be broadcast?
There are no YouTube streams on Tuesday for the workshops.
Streams will start Wednesday.
Will the workshops be recorded? I was hoping I could see some of those virtually. But seeing them at 1.5x is probably even better.
Sad to hear.
I just learned that we are in fact recording the workshops.
Are the live streams freely available, or only for participants?
The live streams will be freely available over YouTube.
Room 32-144 has no sound on the live streaming.
Sorry for that. I believe the sound has now been fixed. Let us know otherwise.
Are the “Online talks and posters” part of a designated room’s streams? That is, where can one find them on YouTube?
Does anyone know if Day 2 talks in Room 32-141 were live streamed or not? That’s the room where Prof. Alan Edelman’s 60th birthday celebration seminar was held. I attended the seminar in person but wanted to re-watch some of those seminar talks, but I cannot find a youtube video. I’m wandering if the seminar was not live streamed.
Most of these were prerecorded. They will be available on YouTube as individual videos .
Thr ASE60 celebration is technically another event run by MIT. My understanding is that the talks were recorded and may be available later.