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The Podlove Matrix is an open semantic metadata database for audiovisual recordings on the web. It is intended to cover both conferences and university lectures as well as the open podcast landscape, acting as a user-editable global directory of episodal content. Based on Wikibase, the technical foundation of Wikidata, it is both readable and writeable by machines and humans alike. Part of the Podlove project, the Matrix aims to be a viable alternative to current podcast directories.
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without Ch work on with morning my name is intra-class and I'm going to talk about the metrics
and before I do that I should probably introduced myself because I consider myself a person media evangelists and podcasts and so that's what I do like and I'm also a professional or amateur which basically means uh I do it a lot and I love it I'm I'm also in conspiracy with the future that's why I'm here have been sent
from them to tell you about what's next and uh basically I'm here to save you from the boring world we are currently facing in
all of those t and of buttons so
podcasts and you might think where was this did 2 years ago well if you look at the typical hype curve that's how things are on the internet things come up and then they die so and nobody notices but later on it really develops because things need time and things need the time to be recognized by people so why should you care why does podcasting matter I think podcasting of 1 of the most undervalued media types on the internet everybody's talking more text talking about video because it's visual and it's appealing and it's good it's sold viral and entertaining and what not but audio as some real advantages and especially podcasting which is the offline delivery of this content podcasting is a translation of radio to the Internet it's a new way of doing the same thing it uses the advantages of the internet and therefore time comes up with a new from precious styles as of also proven to be a very good to will to address niches that means it's not really about the mainstream podcasting is for of the mainstream it is for the nation's and some people consider this to be a bad thing which I don't think so it's actually a good thing because you can
really focus on the topics you can really focus on the details and you are able to address people who are into this will like to be in the world of detail and real knowledge and 1 more
thing about audio where we talk about podcasting could be anything you could even pubcast PDFs although nobody is really doing this on video podcasts had their shot moment on time then you tube came in everything was walking to the big platforms for many many very good reasons but all you know is still retained in the podcasting world and is considered by some to became allude to be consumed of life so now all you podcasts are a category on their own and they're very convenient because you can consumes everywhere you can consume them while you are on the tram on the bus you are in the car or you have some profession that allows you to focus on on your work without having to listen to it so this frees you this gives you the time to listen to audio a very good
use of status and recently podcasting has been boosted simply by the fact that the technology is moving to smart phone is moving to mobile networks that bandwidth is no longer an issue which was a big problem when this was all starting entity especially apps because abs open this door to custom interfaces for a very specific some applications and that's what podcasting basically is so in the future better suffer will make even the subscription progress easier and is also part of a room going to talk about 1 more thing about voice the
voice the way we speak with each other this is an a very important medium boys matters while we Garrett gathering here why are we not exchanging text messages what was standing around with a given our hands because it's our premier tool it's how we communicate it's how humanity has delivered information on anything from 1 to another for ages as has the advantage that there's less layout of translation you don't have to recode you thought into text and decoded from text into the original thought so that's why I want you to is very good in explaining things very very good and making clear which actually means it also delivers lots of context R&D yeah laughter general generally speaking there's personality attached to it that something that is very very difficult to achieve in text and even if you deliver to en coded most people would probably not be able to decode it from the text but this is also a rather easy and very easy for many people or with it's you often we don't you don't need the visual attention and what's also important I think is that once you leave out the visual part you also cut out a lot of things that usually lead to prejudice because people always form an opinion once they have an image and it's not attached to the real underlying message at all the what's also driving this movement is the community well you've got consumers on every level of for every media type but I my experience is that people really do care about podcasts they have a very very strong relationship with
this medium and you can tell because there's a lot of very constructive feedback usually get really detailed feedback that I haven't seen in the blogging world or individual so there's a general low level of trolley so can gasses basically reach out to be that you really want
to know that's really a medium that you chose you can choose to to address people that have very worth knowing the the but this talk is more about the infrastructure because no medium can survive no medium can can really make a difference if the infrastructure doesn't work and
although the original idea for podcasting was a very good 1 and sort of work for a while the infrastructure didn't really improve and cares is good but you need some order here and when we all started that was the dark ages podcast publishing was basically injected into the blogging world because that's where it can from technological wise and but yet use in order to recall you shows was audience of a that was made for musicians which really isn't you know addressing the needs of somebody was doing a radio show and especially audio editing and mastering making the audio recording working and then solved well was super complicated so only if you did actually master this our topic and and were able to you know deliver results that there were happy with and then of course there's you know on the web is 4 months wars are what all of you is the right 1 is an M P 3 is a is August is more with all this uh is it all boys whatever arm that's bad but this has changed or it is changing slightly slowly turning into a New Dawn of podcast publishing where you have new solutions that work much better where the audio gets more and more customized for podcast use and especially where automatic systems are taking care of all the editing and the mastering encoding and all these hassles that you really don't want to deal with when you are making the shell because that's what you wanna do you wanna make sure I I'm also on the Web
exterior 5 is a trend that is more or less on its way to solve the former problem where I'm not quite there yet but it's really showing that's not going to take much much much longer and well that's good so everyone of this that's has sort of also was started this trend in improving the infrastructure for podcasting the system called phonic with and heavy used
on but pop concerts throughout the world on is something like the syllable that of all you must you don't really have to know anything about it uh it more less does the right thing to take the audio but it removes the noise if there is 1 is that everything out you know all this because they have the same loudness and the the total makes also has a defined loudness so that you can ensure that people actually able to listen to your show even in noisy environments like you're in the train on the bus and people are talking and the road is noisy so you can achieve all of this without being uh yeah die of all you master and then of course it does our magic things 1 of the new things is that it actually does track so if you recall what your podcast not as a single track a single makes but you have all those people taking part in the show are recorded separately but actually can take all those tracked separately and produce even better results which is a new thing then it does audio encoding uploads to your service where there's not really much left to do that's good and it integrates with many back and so you can send it to all those popular platforms but also allows us to be integrated into the other things with an API so this is a good idea and when this very good idea came along we said well guests let's improved this even further because this is just 1 piece of the puzzle is a look at what this thing does you know give it to files and then all the metadata is attached to it descriptions are inserted all the license information links text description titles subtitles you can easily create a long list of files you want to be generated out of its in all the areas um audio formats and probably even more important than also add structure of a timeline information to the audio files which is supported by more and more devices and more more so far out there so this is something that really helps in the delivery of the continent improving the content beyond the mere and improving of the audio itself a so in this project can came along so we thought were no yes so maybe we should do something more and extend the the infrastructure even more and that's when we founded part of part of is a project that sort of tries to pool all the efforts that are needed to improve the podcasting in general a so it's not just 1 thing it's meant for the infrastructure and introduces software that produces services and introduces specification so tries to detect the problems on all levels in order to make an offer to the web to say well look here something we could probably all I agree upon and once we integrate more of this life will be easier and better for everybody including the broadcasters and
including everybody else this project was really community-driven n also community funded some people were willing to support it also in a financial way but also in generally by simply trying it out using it's giving lots of feedback and improving it over time 1 of the more visible parts
of the project and that's meant for pop concerts if the problem of the publisher which itself is applied solution for WordPress and sort of tries to make a distinction between the media blogging that you're doing in these systems and the podcasting which was usually mixed and mingled which is not a good idea so we create a separate poll here that the solar system can reside on and this is the publisher that allows rich publishing of percussive results and by reach i mean you add
a lot of that up to it why would you could say well as long as audio and I can listen to it fine but there is more use of a podcast and just listening to a new 1 is such something or are you wanna just select wanna know what's coming you wanna make a very up for the fight decision on what you want you to turn your attention on next so it's very important that you have a tool that makes all this MIT at other gathering simple because in the old days the Dark Age that's when nobody did that everybody was happy was just an MP 3 file lying around and that's not really helping that much we've also added things like
contribute assignment which is a way of ending the people to the project so when you did another podcast it's it's a very personal media we're talking about personal media here it's full of personality of already explained the poll voice and people also take it very personally and once you are capable of actually listing all of who is involved in create indexes all of what other people have done your slowly creating a visible network of who is who in this scene and is doing what and gives guidance to those who are looking for more punted like this because usually people tend tend to orient themselves after people and not so much about topics or blue search keywords and also it integrates with or phonic so we just took the system wireless put it into it so that you don't have to use the system separately you could just use it automatically and that's how this looks on a website with this bold there were many datasets like well that's big but every YouTube videos big to and if you want to make clear what your primary content is you really have to know market up show it's really make a bold statement it's like this is the premier content it's not a block the Broca's just around it's the podcast about us it's the radio show itself may see all the people associated with its linked in the wet so people know who is actually doing it and who is behind it and so the whole show gets more personality even on the web page behind the scenes of many things you can control at the interface of all of some how you added who is on the show or less contributed to the show some or there are the top you see that the integration into the phonics system which is basically you you put the fire is like create it and publish can basically upload the file and once you've filled out all the fields you can just play take 1 button and leave the room and in our later it's published so we make sure that there consistency in the publishing process and that it all works out for you as a Picasso that's what the publisher is about was also about the players also bought this front end that you
want to presented to people right to use the audio content and want to our engage in the content so we have again rich media that I hear the tool to deliver would you have entered in the back and to the front capable of doing audio and
video others mostly useful audio it could also be useful video and some now it's mainly made for a podcast play that but basically you can use it for any kind of audio source so you want publish music on lectures a problem that can do that so it's an open web Claire there are many web players out there what's the difference on the top you see that but what they're in the current form below you see what this is evolving into a right now we're improving its you're rethinking the system in order to more consistently lay out the information that is behind a shoal of for people through easier enjoy it so this is our concerns I'm going to show you more our concepts and 1 of the most important concepts here is the timeline a recording means it starts at 0 and ends at end in between things
happen people talk about things and well you might not care because you're listening to the show but 1 week later you start thinking in there was this interesting part what was it about and then you don't know how to get there how do you find this place again but the classic problem of the Internet is very easy to find something was almost completely impossible to find anything again so what would we want to do with the rich that other concept is that we extend the recordings by describing what its contents it's timeline related so we can actually link it to the playback as it happens was just scroll through slide through you content made at other sort of that is attached to the timeline can react and scroll to the proper positions although there is also a lot of money and time and related
meted out but the time and itself is a very important let me give you some ideas of what this could be about we all know we started the project with a simple chapters a simple chapter eyes structure a linear list of things going on and that worked out well that's a good start that's actually in reduced today you find lots of podcast with Chapters 2 years ago not so much so a lot of thing as half of from change you go is not that easy to do it and especially completely in the chain of actually defining these chapters and delivering in its while the went and of the media file itself and so we're going to extend this by defining things like links and topics so that you can actually say what it's really about you have been talking about and in order not to reinvent the wheel will sort of embracing beekeeping here yeah because so many people have thought about what is what already is already there is in Wikipedia and it's growing on a daily basis you can't really compete with it so you better go along with it so we
find a way to extend this player to integrate more information to integrate the timeline into it whatever's happening citations from
comments in general and the information of what's actually playing once to be rolled into all this system and wants to be rolled into 0 this player and probably other systems to other examples are transcripts and chats if transcribed your
content but also increases the exibility of the accessibility of the content more people can get to it even if they can't listen to it they can read for those who can
actually listen to it to provide still more context and inside you immediately understand a certain a 3 letter acronym that was set goes you can read it and this very moment to so you
can attach a lot more information to it and also enables such makes audio content or bring to a search engines and other portals and chat logs which are more or less similar or soul from recreate this life it experience that you have if you do a lot show soul even as their life things happening it's all going into the timeline that's how this could look like please see it's goes along just click a button and the transcript is just moving continuously like a teleprompter wants to play back the system and every now and then when you think of I didn't get that you can just look at the transcript and you haven't all system is not automatically doing the transcript this is still work to be done but once you have it you know where to put it other the things that could be
integrated here are on media albums most bluntly photography well might say photography you would the has to do with it well you're talking about things and you wanna show them or at least you want to give the context that whoever is interested can turn to it so if you turn to the Web there which is capable of showing photography you can do that but you can also convert Europe slides of a presentation into photography into images and it can be put into the timeline making the player itself a play that machine for presentations like this as well and I would
think this further and attach audio and video to its you know music you talk about you can also attach and create a graph of more interactive version of your podcast if you like it get attached this media to the timeline and you can actually see when you're talking about what's and provide more context another thing that's constantly happening in shows is that you talk about places the talk about countries
you've been to cities you have visited things going borders in conflict was happening history repeating 1 of putting these maps and places also into it and provide geographical context both for what you talk about and what you'd usually talk about or where you are you do original podcast on the land well say it put it in a so search engine can take it and map it and you
can then navigate even the audio through a mapped to can get to the map from the audio you can get to the audio through map and again this is something that can be both integrate with any mapping solution but to like that can also put into the player and have fun
thinking about these things and following policy and recreating the experience of somebody walking around the city with the recall his head 1 as a return another important thing is glossaries and if you look at Chonos
of typical radio shows or podcast then a lot of things that touch but everything's explained people use terminology used certain things that they probably think everybody should know or they don't just have the time to explain in that moment so all sometimes you really need a break and have to look up something I wouldn't it be good to have a glossary well yes you could do that if you take these words and create
more or something slightly different than just a simple linked to a Wikipedia page and so make it possible
to not only name a certain thing but also to put it in context to be able to categorize it's um and then to sort and to retrieve it that some really helping I'm going to explain more about this is nowhere to him of the metrics and you know have chosen this title just because of who the the shortest amount found this is what you're seen until this point 1 is exists and is being worked on and we're getting there what I'm talking about now is more ideas and progress things that we think where it should lead to a single there's no final technology that has been decided on yet some say this because in the program of already mentioned solutions that we have now chosen not to pursue the way we initially sort of work so for everything might change just know president so what's the
problem if you want have an open infrastructure are if you really wanna provide a good experience for everybody you need more than just publishing tools and play that machines and some nice formats to put your timeline or it helps but it's another problem 1 of the biggest problems here is the big infrastructure out there where uh the web world is suffering from Facebook heating up every information and Wallace defining the path where communication is leading even the podcasting what has this problem with the iTunes tree which is sort of well has been a good idea and still lives and works in it's fine but it doesn't evolve in a dozen react to new developments especially not the things that we have thought about it so we thought about well maybe even if
I choose is going to dominate this vision of where costs are and where to find them we could make an awful there are other directories but they're mostly targeted single podcast clients they're all islands in themselves and nothing is really made to be 0 per and useful for everybody and especially none of these directories actually includes the podcasting community itself there's no way of participating into this and we think of it should because the human factor you can really make a difference and again here we are in the thinking world of Wikipedia so we were thinking of what
could be a solution for this so we think an open directory of recordings for everyone to access it could be a good idea but only talking about podcasts that might essentially drop all stuff and whatever is on offer changes on a daily basis more talking about anytime lot of everything that has been podcasts so that
every single podcast episode more this gets recorded and is there more less for ever come even when the files are gone we still know that it existed at 1 point in time and again here we need rich media that we want to describe what the actual Contador's and we want to have something that
provides an API so that there are multiple ways of accessing this information of reading it and writing and we also like to have a human editing interfaces we want people to be able to augment this with new ideas of new information or even correct errors if there are some of the probably going to be so which is also interesting because this makes the system interesting this attracts people told by a participant in the and well we know the story so before somehow doesn't does exist somehow well not
quite but there's something where we can take our cues from that we've been thinking about heavily along this path of deciding on where to move next and that's a project that has really arrived in the in the mainstream yet everybody knows this wikipedia and there are so many nice articles where people constantly fight about what's right and wrong but there's also something underneath called wiki data and it's new softer part that extends media key infrastructure and adds semantic data storage something way can have statements about things no it can even stop the edit war and say like yeah person a says this is right and person B says B is right decide for yourself so it's a system that is capable of more or less integrating all the views and is providing
links to everything and the most important picky data is but human and machine readable and writeable everybody can edit
like you used to from Wikipedia but also box and other programs you can just take the content and put it wherever they like and they can take other content and put it in there I think that's a very very good idea so we initially considered wiki data are to be to be the backbone of what we think the metrics could be but for some reason this we think really work out but still this system is very interesting so we think that it could be a very good it's the system to provide integration especially with these poison was talking about topics and glossaries when you refer to something that wouldn't it be good if
something is just well defined in a very single place that is in control of the community that's wiki data so if you talk about chemistry just to get up on wiki data and there it is and you get a number that's going to be valid for well eternity as far as we can plan it right now that's how it
looks wiki like interfaces but you have the interlinking of the hour really Wikipedias in various languages I also collect all those statements these abstract knowledge statements on what this is you know he is Republic are and the headquarters are in the land and it is a convention and even has a location you again mapping meted out of this is really important but this is Vicki data and we think we can use that we want to use that was not going
to be the core system I think with the so primary objects what do we want to put into the matrix of course we want to put their podcast and podcast networks and we also want to put the people behind the mike and behind the scenes into it so the contribute as idea that you've seen
already in the publisher publisher interface should also be in the metrics so
that you know that somebody who was a guest here is also the make of another podcast there that you can follow the people because it's a personal media experience and it's really all about people so you need to have the people in the metrics to and of course all the time and
information just presented is super cool 1st order information here because once you have all the mapping information once you've all the Wikidata related topics and glossaries and place you can look for it you can really search for that strange podcast that is about chemistry and is done by this person and then had this all those recordings because that's what you want you want to see if you want to get to the recording you want to listen to you want to watch it whatever it is the the well so so I was told know from recordings time that information people know that produced stuff on a regular basis inside a podcasts the moon I can How does this sound to you it's all about
knowledge it's all about gaining information from people who are willing to presented to you and small this what I'm doing right now here I wouldn't call it a podcast but space is the same thing as somebody standing in front of you
talking to you explaining things naming topics that you could probably link to Wikipedia that has a map relationship and so on and in the end there will be a recording on the Internet and will be here and there and then then there 2 so when we talk about building a podcasting infrastructure and creating an index for it was smallest here that we couldn't really limited to park cars and as such it could be the metrics of everything where people talk about things lectures at the university on conferences
and workshops on private what you would call a podcast and what a podcast episode is basically a lecture and podcasts itself is more or less this conference just In all think about Republic Oct 2014 to be a podcast and of course this a series of report because so next year there will be a next 1 but each lecture is just a part of 1 so these are really really interesting and more simple to integrate new ideas so if you mix it all into 1 you get more objects so what we just had the podcast before now we also have lectures or talks all pairs of however you wanna call it you could classify it further was probably was that and all we have to see but there is another object in the metrics that you can actually look for saw the much it's become something will you look for stuff being said about things and then you get the recording that's basically the idea and it doesn't really matter this in the context of some kind of event conference workshop or what not it's just down and it continues to exist for a long time and know until the media files of God we're not going to store the media that someone talking about just talking about the information that it exists and the relationship that has 2 other things so you can get from 1 to talk to a podcast to a lecture on it will be and probably a lecture on other events to and of course you have the people and then of course you also need the organizations behind me
problem with all these systems is you need to keep them current and working and you need to update them
salt some all you have to get to something for us so that would be it will be in the initial injection of podcast feeds and probably some conference data so for once we set up the system we can just take the export for instance the 1 the public guys provided this year from both this year and
last year so much you should know that that's the readout project you can just download the list of talks and speakers and a simple you know fire and anybody who was no good enough and programming could just take it and put it into the to which is putting it came to them and once it's that we're going to work out this general structure of objects where podcasts and lectures are more or less the same although you can still say which is which at as I said before the human interface would be very interesting also known only to correct errors but but also to add semantics of course you can say like yeah here's a lecture and there was some of you some whole active in that event but you bond probably wanna qualified was the moderator was the guest was an expert or was it somebody was just dealing with the audio or behind the scenes all this line up to see us at the end of a movie in the theater is probably worth being integrated into this so once this is
set up and it has some kind of structure actually works we might get over tool providing plug-ins and converters where systems like pubcast could automatically update the information in the metrics so you just enable this in your podcast and nobody has to do anything because once you publish your podcast Wallace publishers to the metrics to I
could also install some converters for popular events TED Talks whatever other public cares collocation commas and other conferences and she share the information and also put it in there and then it grows and grows and grows and 1 day who knows it might be even useful the and then what what could you do with it of course the obvious aim is to have a simple podcast directory that was what I was initially talking about that's easier
basically saying like yeah give me the point please and you haven't podcast like title and what not but it can also make a list of conferences and lists all those Republic us and you don't get to look into it what's inside and of course there are these lectures or the episode and then you can look for certain MIT and other you can look for what is the location that was talked about what is the location where actually happened what was the trick about all let's look up this term and wiki data so we really know what it is and that's apophany powerful vision here that you are not
capable of mapping everything where people talk about things and provides uh there should share their knowledge on In 1 simple API we could just retrieve the information that you want and in the end it's something like a link to a file or a link to some kind of video audio platform where this media file should reside in it no longer does you can probably corrected error or at 1 if there's 1 missing so you could also have an application that is adding the 2 out to existing content without actually modifying just enriching its you can take a lecture that doesn't really have a list of chapters and you can just create a list of chapters and you know attached to it so you can watch stuff that isn't published with all those time and information that doesn't have chapters but doesn't say where the music plays what's being talked about linkages attached to it and then they a metrics enable player could just always look for the entry in the matrix if there is more information about it so you look at
something and then this community provided extra additional information that is then useful to you and see you know you can skip the at for instance so all
bits whatever you can can come up with and a certain point in time we're really looking for ideas of what to do with it because the basic idea is very simple it is 1 have a podcast directory than analyze all items will not have a long and it was thought about a bit and then in the end if we do that what we can start here is a compound directory of everything that everybody has ever said about
anything which is not that bad OK now you want you want downloaded you wanna grab under your chair and get the box what's the roadmap yeah no there's none it's really when it's ready and that's how these things are not going to tell you when things are happening because I've done this mode with diamonds dangerous but it's something we want to do a looking for people who share the thought I have their own ideas of probably have running code or running experience in that that is sort of helping so
what is it what I wanted to tell you 1st of all podcast matter you should probably someone 1 today if you haven't already done so and keep in mind that is a media market just beyond all those crazy Facebook blogging video platform stuff and I don't care about the mainstream and the million of numbers of quantity that is really about quality to looking for quality and you really want to get it to people who care but casting is probably a way to go the good news is podcasting infrastructure getting better every day because the more people than us was thinking about this and also the development of technology in general is helping its more band with more more when it works it actually work on means getting into the data quickly whenever you needed and it's good and in the end the metrics wants to share this knowledge that is being shared by so many people and so may be made
works so yeah thanks for listening
and I by if thank thank you soon the applause so we have 10 more minutes for some questions from you so if you could just raise your hand if you want to pose a question and I will continue my own anybody if you don't have any questions now you can find to Memphis then the central in states the all the time of the day and perhaps you have to be there before I think to that's not because he's then what costing all the time well yeah that would work of will be there to date so 3 but that now the hands who cannot move of the question the question can you go through the microphone someone I think and you know for and I can't see yeah I and I wonder how to come they implement the problem of matrix prevent year to the US workers seeing because some I mean as I see it so it's a model of the product is very popular right now in Europe especially Germany but of course as we all know American podcast on not so much community funded to support but more about that so the funded and into the evening didn't invent uh chapter marks yet because that would reduce the lawlessness to skip the acts and so I'm wondering how to respect this idea to the US podcasting well we don't really have to
because as long as there is subscription content out there on the metrics could subscribe to it itself just at all that stuff automatically it's just not that they have so much extra value to it basically all those pockets feet you can take it and all the core information you need is already in the metrics and if you that you add the information that shows up in the feet when you show was published you can just put into the metric that will be there so usually what you can do is you can either decide to have an update automatically with the minimum of information or you can do the updating yourself if you actually want to support the entry into that directory and then you have more information but you can still attached information to have because which is index is just like we know all the show exists and that's what we know about and initially is just what they have published themselves and eventually somebody might provide extra information thanks a lot we have as 2nd question you and what do intend to do against
trolls from data and stuff draws yes yes we do with what
we usually have to do with children ignore them thanks a lot and they go away at that question and then I don't see any other hands and this time the question you posing as basically the same problem that the the systems like Wikipedia have so you have to have some kind of arm community management with people who have more power than others and have this core group exponents somehow our from really a big fan of the current admin models of EPP yeah uh Passaic but I think this is something that just you know happens the good thing is that this is not so much about opinion it's more about fact trolls and people you know usually tend to go where the debate is going on about opinion where we're not collecting opinions here would just collecting like the fact that there is a podcast affected there's a new episode in the fact that the M P 3 file is on the server that's not so what you can do about it because of course the chance of vandalism but you know that's you know we deal with that when it comes to things last
question can you elaborate on new data model for the metadata from that of an ontology things like that if I can do what was it elaborated on the material I have elaborate because this is what's
happening uh right now and we might we can talk about this a little on with the current ideas because if you don't think it's worth sharing any temporary state here
on so now we haven't really thought about this in detail we haven't made any final decisions as I the talk we wonderful event here so the 2nd
round of applause for you thank you so much that you be there thank
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