As you probably noticed, video quality of presentations vary greatly. I'm always amazed by the quality of the PyCon recordings: http://pycon.tv I'm speaking as an user; I don't have any affiliation with the PyCon AV team, nor I know anything about recording video.
I understand that you want to run the conference as non-proft, but I'm willing to pay to have good quality videos for this conference since I won't be able to attend, and I assume other people will be willing to pay as well. Maybe you could setup a donation page to raise money to record the videos.
I'm one part of http://www.44con.com/ and having run quite a few events in London would be happy to help out where I can. It might be worth at least meeting up for a chat to see what you want to do and bounce a few ideas around. My contact details are on my profile if you'd care to get in touch (as you don't have any on yours and a search for dotemacs on google yields quite a few results!).
I've worked on it before, so you can PM me if you have any questions.
- stable, straight facing video
- clear mic sound with decent loudness
ps: since competent people are proposing help, I might be redundant.
Emacs really sweet, but I think that, as it is commonly said with Lisps, its problems are largely social, not technological. As such, the community could really use some social solutions.
Also, I'd love to see more presentations from active developers about the current situation of Emacs and possible future directions, or even presentations about less-known features or even some how-to-get-involved-propaganda.
Its focus is on self-driven discovery by leveraging the Emacs built-in help and source code. Feedback welcome.
Careful when you say elisp `if` is a function, it's a `special form` aka different evaluation semantics.
That's assuming you were talking about the "cc-mode customization" chapter. If I've called "if" a function anywhere else please let me know! And keep the feedback coming. :-)
Also the codebase for the site is here:
so, maybe somebody can add what they'd like, such as a RSS feed...