Google launches open source YouTube channel
Google has launched an official YouTube channel for its Open Source Programs Office (OSPO). According to Google Open Source Team member Ellen Ko, the new channel is aimed at organizing videos related to Google and other open source projects in a single place.
A number of playlists with videos of, for example, Google Tech Talks that feature open source projects have already been added. Other videos from Jeremy Allison’s Geek Time series, as well as of Googlers speaking at open source conferences are also available. The Google OSPO YouTube channel currently has 14 videos, with links to a variety of other videos from other channels and users.
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