[maemo-community] [Meego-community] Qt | Podcasting + conferencing + Twitter

From: Randall Arnold texrat at ovi.com
Date: Mon Mar 15 20:08:21 EET 2010
> ----- Original message ----- 
> From: "Thomas Perl‎" <th.perl at gmail.com>
> To: <tim at samoff.com>, "List for community development‎" <maemo-community at maemo.org>
> Subject: Re: [Meego-community] Qt | Podcasting + conferencing + Twitter
> Date: Mon, 15 Mar 2010 18:50:36 +0100
>2010/3/15 Tim Samoff <tim at samoff.com>:
> > Thanks for clarifying. I was just going to. Yeah, everyone still talks to
> > each other (by whatever means) and records the audio locally. Then, the
> > files are mixed to create the final version.
> For interviews (i.e. non-regular "guests" on the show), it seems to be
> okay to not have them record the audio extra and send it. I know that
> the Linux Outlaws record the audio locally, but only for the two show
> hosts, guests are recorded directly from Skype. This makes the
> organization a bit easier, because the interviewee only needs a Skype
> client (any Maemo device on WIFI should be enough if they have a Skype
> account).
> Just record and release some initial episodes and tweak the audio
> setup later. There have been too many plans for Maemo-related podcasts
> that have been drowned in endless discussions that resulted in
> nothing. Uploading OGG/MP3 files to a server and creating an RSS feed
> isn't rocket science. You can add the tooling later :) The same is
> true for all the "extras" (Twitter feedback, etc..). An IRC channel
> could be enough for the beginning.
> HTH.
> Thomas

Thanks Thomas and, yes, we will likely proceed with what's available + what can be done and look for enhancements as we go.  But I'd still like to steadily roll on with Radiator, if it's at all feasable and useful.


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