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venam
(17-11-2014, 10:44 PM)LibertarianBroci Wrote: Instead of doing all of this at one specific moment in time, we should divide the podcast into the individual segments with people of a similar schedule or time zone. Then we will not have to worry about microscheduling everything and can easily just splice everything together later on. The individual segments could have a common topic like.... "Optimization of Keybindings", "Secrets of Vim", "BSD Secrets", etc.

However this removes the excitement and conversation parts of the podcast which could be the funniest things.
venam
Z3bra got everything running fine the way we want on mumble. Let's organize our time and who's going to speak now.
My time is GMT+2, I'm in for the weekends.
I can prepare a talk about nixers news and maybe a bit of *nix diary.
jmbi
(20-11-2014, 01:03 AM)venam Wrote: Z3bra got everything running fine the way we want on mumble. Let's organize our time and who's going to speak now.
My time is GMT+2, I'm in for the weekends.
I can prepare a talk about nixers news and maybe a bit of *nix diary.

Sounds good, I am GMT - 5, weekends sounds good to me too. I have a segment prepared which is kinda like a tutorial/guide of something that's never been done before.
z3bra
GMT+1 here. This week-end would be perfect for me :)

Woah jmbi you kinda make me curious... I guess we need to settle on a subject we're all comfortable with at first. Like a list of must-have application, or reviewing common tasks and trying to "optimize" them using basic tools (like taking a screenshot and upload it, trying out a software and packaging it, ...)

I got plenty of ideas in fact, but I don't know how this could go over a podcast
xero
(21-11-2014, 06:34 AM)z3bra Wrote: I got plenty of ideas in fact, but I don't know how this could go over a podcast

i did random spots on my college radio station back in the day... (man, thinking about this makes me miss doing "ask a hacker")
make an outline, then try talking through it yourself and time it. do it a few times and write down your favorite quotes/sentences. after a few "takes" you'll known almost exactly what to say. it is difficult to speak about technical issues concisely. you just need to decide exactly what you want to say, then get rid of the rest.
z3bra
Thanks for the advice ;) It will be useful, for sure ;)
RoastPotatoes
I'm going to need a microphone.
eye
would love this, just to hear venam's voice
venam
Please send me your available time schedule and what you're going to talk about so I can arrange the show.
RoastPotatoes
(22-11-2014, 08:07 AM)venam Wrote: Please send me your available time schedule and what you're going to talk about so I can arrange the show.
If you were referring to me. I really don't to hold up production of the podcast. I really don't have a microphone.




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