[Pulp-list] Hosting Live Sprint Demos?
fdobrovo at redhat.com
Wed Nov 23 16:34:33 UTC 2016
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.
On Wed, Nov 23, 2016 at 3:04 AM, Brian Bouterse <bbouters at redhat.com> wrote:
> 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 web
> * 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.
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