[Pulp-list] Hosting Live Sprint Demos?
bbouters at redhat.com
Fri Dec 2 19:29:03 UTC 2016
YouTube Live (was YouTube+Hangouts On Air) was identified by several folks
so we'll give that a try. Thank you to everyone who wrote me back responses.
First we're going to try the YouTube Live infrastructure, and at some point
in the future we will switch to live (community facing) sprint demos. I'll
send an announcement to pulp-list when we're ready for that.
On Wed, Nov 23, 2016 at 11:34 AM, Filip Dobrovolny <fdobrovo at redhat.com>
> What about using YouTube + Hangouts On Air?
> * allow for anyone to join the event live - It allows anyone to comment
> * support screensharing and video content from presenters - Supply screen
> sharing and I think even playing videos from YT.
> * provide recording - Automatically video is posted to YT.
> * not use flash - HTML5 / Flash depends on user.
> * automatically host those recorded videos in their forever home on the
> web - It does. (2 points above)
> * allow me to upload videos too, so that both live and pre-recorded videos
> can be in one place - You can upload videos.
> * support teams allowing several people to administrate it, not just me -
> You can create Brand account and have YT channel with multiple managers.
> * have no cost (for sustainability) - It's free, but it might require
> non-redhat google accounts.
> * provide analytics for both live attendance and viewing - I think so.
> Kind Regards,
> Filip Dobrovolny.
> On Wed, Nov 23, 2016 at 3:04 AM, Brian Bouterse <bbouters at redhat.com>
>> Currently our sprint demos are recorded and don't allow for live
>> participation from the community. In an effort to be more open, I would
>> like to move our sprint demos to be a live, public event. To do that, I
>> need to switch how we are recording and hosting the sprint demos.
>> Do any of you have suggestions on what services I should consider?
>> My ideal integrated hosting+playback environment would:
>> * allow for anyone to join the event live
>> * support screensharing and video content from presenters
>> * provide recording
>> * not use flash (at least not for playback)
>> * automatically host those recorded videos in their forever home on the
>> * allow me to upload videos too, so that both live and pre-recorded
>> videos can be in one place
>> * support teams allowing several people to administrate it, not just me
>> * have no cost (for sustainability)
>> * provide analytics for both live attendance and viewing
>> Feel free to reply on-list or directly with ideas or discussion.
>> Pulp-list mailing list
>> Pulp-list at redhat.com
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