The hope is to get everything done (including a professionally produced DVD of at least the r0ml keynote) by the end of June. We were thinking of doing weekly releases of material (9 tracks, one track a week, ~6 hours of video per track). That equates to ~2 talks a night for 4 nights, 1 day of re-encoding runs, and 1 night of uploading, for 9 weeks.
Doug Napoleone is managing work on the 2 terabytes of video and audio recorded at PyCon. Today he posted the current plans:
Robert M. Lefkowitz, Sunday's keynote speaker, has posted the slides for his presentation, "The Importance of Programming Literacy".
Dr. Goldberg has now posted the slides and text from her keynote presentation at PyCon 2007 at Rogue Mountain's web site.