If you didn't make it to the Ubuntu Developers Summit, there's still many ways to follow what happens at UDS. As we've seen before we can expect videos about the Ubuntu development and various interviews on the Ubuntu Developer Channel on YouTube.
You can already follow what is happening at the summit and contribute comments and ideas to people at the summit.
Here is Mark Shuttleworth's opening talk from Monday morning in the Plenary Room, where he talks about Ubuntu 9.10 and Ubuntu One Controversy (blurry cam):
Here is a list of links you want to visit:
1. The Scoop: The Ubuntu Wiki is the main source for the happen happens at the summit (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UDS). Any news and changes will be posted there.
2. Schedule: The schedule for the summit can be found at http://summit.ubuntu.com. On the schedule you will be able to find links to the live audio/video streams from the conference.
3. Audio Live Stream : Listen to the live audio stream of the tracks at http://icecast.ubuntu.com/.
4. LifeStream: You can follow the feeds of the different tracks and people at UDS in realtime with the new lifestream (no need to hit reload!) or you can follow us directly on identi.ca/group/uds
5. IRC: Join the channel #ubuntu-devel-summit or #uds on the Freenode IRC network (chat.freenode.net).
6. The Planet: Planet Ubuntu (http://planet.ubuntu.com) aggregates feeds of Ubuntu Member. The Planet will have a ton of information on UDS and plans for 9.10.
7. Forums: People from the summit will be following thread in the Karmic Koala Testing and Discussion forum. Use the tag of UDS in the forums if you make a thread about the summit.