Starting today there is an entirely new way to get your WebGUI on. We have just launched WebGUI TV (WGTV), which is an archive of all of the past WUC's, and other video set's we've created through out the years.
We've been holding on to this archival footage for several years (we have footage going back 5 years) now and weren't sure quite what to do with it. Earlier this year we decided we were going to release all of them for free to the community. What a great resource that everyone can use! The video quality varies, but where possible we've uploaded PDF versions of the presentations so you can follow along in the PDF even if you can't make out the action on the screen.
In addition, we figure that you, the users, may have a desire to post your own videos. So you can! Simply upload your video to your favorite video site (YouTube, Viddler, Blip.tv, etc), and then paste the player code into the box on the WebGUI TV page. Then that video will be available for the whole community.
There is a catch to this free video archive. We don't want to diminish the value of the WUC to those who paid their way to go. Don't get me wrong, these videos are nothing like being at a live WUC anyway, but the people that attend the WUC are really the people that pay to create these videos, so without them this video archive wouldn't be possible. To ensure they got their value out of the WUC and don't feel short changed, we'll release the videos from the previous WUC (in this case WUC 2008) slowly over the course of the year. When we're done, it will be time for another live WUC event; and we hope you'll attend having seen the amazing quality of the knowledge you can gain from the WUC. After all, the more people that attend the WUC, the more presentations we will offer at the WUC, and the more video will make it's way into WGTV!
I hope the community at large finds this resource to be as valuable as I think it is. There are years of knowledge archived in these little videos. And hopefully you can expand your knowledge with what is contained in them. Go check out WebGUI TV now!
My friends and myself need the documentation and videos. The more documentation and video, the better. I thank you for fufiling this need. I am really very happy that these videos and the primer pdf are shared.
I really love WebGUI. It is just great.
I want to come down to the USA to attend WUC. Will try to save the money. Coming to USA from Singapore is expensive.
Once again, thank you very very very much for sharing these videos.
WebGUI TV will also be available at http://www.webgui.tv as well.