That may be a possibility but, again, I'm not in a position to make that decision for the organization. Since the days when Paul MacCready and other luminaries were still with us, this event has been geared as a conference and workshop, oriented to meeting in-person and sharing ideas and results face-to-face. As much or more information gets passed along informally over dinner and breakfast as at the lectures, and there's no substitute for walking outside and seeing the airplane or engine being talked about "in the flesh." While the modern world has changed and telepresence is more expected, changing the direction of this particular ship involves overcoming decades of institutional inertia, and I'm not entirely sure I disagree with their viewpoint on what the event should be, anyway. Just watching the presentations or reading the slide decks rather misses the point of the exercise, however interesting and informative they are. Still, I've made the suggestion regarding YouTube. Others have done the same regarding a webinar. If either option (or slide-decks) becomes available, you'll hear about it here ASAP.