On Thu, Jul 28, 2016 at 11:16 AM, Mike DePaulo <email@example.com> wrote:
1st, for those who do not know me, I am a fedora packager and
ambassador. I will be representing the LGBT community as a remote panelist.
On 07/27/2016 10:32 AM, Zach Villers wrote:
- For remote panelists - how will we be joining? Voice or Video? What
format would be appropriate? I need to check to see where on the
schedule this is, line it up to my timezone, and make sure I have
the right hardware/software setup.
Unfortunately, I emailed firstname.lastname@example.org, and they
explained that remote video or audio will not be possible.
I forwarded that email convo to Justin and Maria. Justin replied:
On 07/27/2016 01:01 AM, Justin W. Flory wrote:
With regards to your thoughts / questions about getting your content to
the panel, remote participation will be difficult for Flock, but I was
going to *try* to come up with ideas for making remote participation
easier, like an audio stream for participants at another workshop I'm
organizing, possibly using Icecast, but I'm a long way from being
anywhere close to having this up (or really even looking into it other
than a quick Google search yesterday).
Worst case, it's best for us to assume there will be no audio/video
method for participation until proven otherwise. If it does end up being
even better. But either slides or a recorded snippet
(preferred!) would be doable. If I get it before Sunday morning, I could
make sure that I have the video on my laptop and also somewhere remote
so that playing it during the panel would be possible.
Therefore, I am going to record a video snippet for Justin to play, and
get it to him by Saturday night at the latest.
I am thinking of structuring my video as follows:
- Experiences in FOSS community (good and bad)
- Ideas for improvement in Fedora
I linked Justin to this, but haven't heard back from him.
Here is my video:
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