[Ambassadors] Project of visioconference plateform implementation
Abdel G. Martínez L.
abdel.g.martinez.l at gmail.com
Wed Feb 8 14:29:23 UTC 2012
I have read about the videotutorial initiative and I consider that this
project is a little different. The main idea of this project is to have a
platform (supported by Fedora) that allows us to make videoconferences, a
new form of Fedora events where people from all over the world can participate
in local events in other countries and why not have the possibility of
creating transnational events.
It is a great idea to have that temp video files saved on the Fedora Videos
project. Maybe I could start creating some guidelines for the
This is the link of the BBB project:
This is the tutorial for installing on Fedora (depreciated):
Hope this informations helps. Expecting opinions and comments...
2012/2/8 Kévin Raymond <shaiton at fedoraproject.org>
> Le mardi 07 févr. 2012 à 13:15:09 (+0000), Constantin DRABO a écrit :
> > Hi guys,
> > Abdel (fas:potty) and I Constantin(fas:
> > pandaconstantin) have an interesting project that we would like to submit
> > to you.
> > The main objective of the project is to share knowledges and experiences
> > Fedora from experienced contributors and ambassadors with local
> > *Objective of the project : *
> > - Share knowledges on Fedora Project and FOSS with local communities from
> > experienced contributors
> > - Increase the number of qualified contributors
> > - revitalize dying SIGs
> > - Help to "give a name to the face" of community members
> > - concretize idea from Abdel ( a answer to Maria Leandro on a ambassadors
> > mailling list thread posted on feb. 2).
> > *How we will do ?*
> > We have choosen a visioconference plateform called BigBlueButton
> > http://www.bigbluebutton.org/. <http://www.bigbluebutton.org/>
> > *What we need ? : *
> > The implementation of the solution requiers a server be hosted on a
> > physical server. As a tool of the community, we would like it to be host
> > a server of Fedora Project.
> > We will need also consumers (ambassadors, developers, translators, etc)
> > Constantin Drabo
> Hi, That is really interesting.
> What are the BBB dependencies (java, pyhton…?) What are the bandwidth
> needs? What about the disk space?
> That could rapidly be an expensive platform.
> Could also be used as fedora classroom.
> Could we add external video in this platform? (In France, we have
> started to build a page providing video and its corresponding
> sideshow (still looking for hosting)).
> There is an other project that has started, "video tutorials".
> Please read the wiki page.
> We should probably have only one platform for those needs.
> I am not sure that the infra will provide us a physical machine for
> that, could we think about a VM and hosting facilities under
> archives.org or other free online services?
> Do BBB is able to record a talk in a temp folder, stream it, and then
> send it to an hosted storage? (That should not be too difficult).
> Kévin Raymond
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