As long as "Phoronix.com" is mentioned in the title or description on the video streaming site, I am fine with that.
Why don't you set up a dedicated Phoronix YouTube channel? You also get nice analytics to track who's watching etc.
If you use YouTube you can also easily embed the videos in posts - most people are more interested in what's being said than having it in the highest definition (you could provide that too for the few who really want it). It'd make it more accessible to many readers too.
I just fired up a script to convert the videos to 360p ogv, they should be appearing on http://www.zhick.de/phoronixfosdem in the next few hours. So if you've got a html5-capable browser you can just go there and stream the videos.
We all really appreciate you going to FOSDEM to report on it and make videos, but same as last year--the videos are taken from terrible angles. You can't see the person speaking, you can't see the slides. And if you can't see either of these two things, what good is the damn video?
Watch part of this to see how a video of such an event should be recorded.
I can't understand how this happens, because this is _exactly_ how it was last year, except the audio was much worse. Do _you_ think the videos are good as is?