In this paper, Pierre Colmez wrote about some history of the FargueFontaine curve. In this schedule of London Number Theory Study Group, Fargues was said to give a talk on November 15th on " Where does the curve and the conjecture come from? What happened in Trieste, Orsay and Berkeley? ". " What happened in Trieste " is welldocumented by Colmez. Is there any reference about "what happened in Orsay and Berkeley"?
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1$\begingroup$ Berkeley course notes: math.bu.edu/people/jsweinst/Math274/ScholzeLectures.pdf $\endgroup$ – nfdc23 Feb 2 '18 at 0:24

1$\begingroup$ @nfdc, that's a link to 100 pages of notes. Can you narrow it down a bit? $\endgroup$ – Gerry Myerson Feb 2 '18 at 1:54

$\begingroup$ @nfdc23, the Berkeley notes is the origin of my query. In the polished version (math.unibonn.de/people/scholze/Berkeley.pdf), Scholze & Weinstein mentioned that Fargues formulated the conjecture during the semester, but they kept the original perspective of the notes without highlighting the conjecture. $\endgroup$ – 1302677 Feb 2 '18 at 2:34

$\begingroup$ @GerryMyerson: All I meant was that one thing relevant which happened in Berkeley was that the course introduced the theory of diamonds (which provides a context for some of Fargues' ideas). $\endgroup$ – nfdc23 Feb 2 '18 at 3:04
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The notes for the talk are indeed available in Fargues' website:
https://webusers.imjprg.fr/~laurent.fargues/Expos%C3%A9%20Imperial%20.pdf