Over at LunarG.com are the slides and video recordings available for download. However, as of right now this media is just available for the following talks: Overview and Motivation for the Architecture, Gallium3D Version 1 Components and Status, and Pipe Driver Overview. The slides/videos for the other fourteen talks that day pertaining to Gallium3D are still coming. This isn't light reading or watching for non-developers, but if you are interested in the Gallium3D architecture go over there and check it out.
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