🇺🇸 Today we had a nice training couse on how reviews of app requests are handled at F-Droid. Unfortunately, it wasn't recorded. Does anyone know about a Jitsi or BBB server where we could record our next course (to make it available via PeerTube) – ideally providing the recording functionality out-of-the-box?
🇩🇪 Unseren nächsten F-Droid "Kurs" würden wir gern für PeerTube-Veröffentlichung aufzeichnen. Kennt jemand eine Jitsi/BBB Instanz die das out-of-the-box ermöglicht?
🇺🇸 Planning to repeat the first part of this course on Sunday, probably around 6pm CET again – this time with recording for PeerTube. Just a pre-info now, will toot again with link when time is decided. Here just for you to mark if interested.
🇩🇪 Plane die erste Training-Session Sonntag gegen 18h zu wiederholen, diesmal mit Aufnahme für PeerTube. Link und genaue Zeit mit einem späteren Toot. Hier nur schonmal zum Vormerken für Interessierte.
Sorry, will have to postpone the training session to tomorrow early evening – like the last meeting, at 6:30pm CET maybe?
Room URL for our "F-Fdroid Training Session" on "New App Reviews" will be: https://webconference.uibk.ac.at/b/wei-azu-ik3-aob
Start at 6:30pm CET (i.e. in about 45min from now). Looking forward to meet you there!
Any graphic specialists out there who could create/offer some nice SVG title(s) for the video cuts of our F-Droid training sessions for PeerTube? It should become a series of videos on F-Droid topics, so it would probably need title & subtitle. Resulting video will be in 720p (should suffice), but cannot hurt having the title screen(s) in 1080p. I'd probably need intro & extro, some CC license hint (CC BY-NC-SA most likely).
Thanks in advance (boost welcome 😉)
@IzzyOnDroid F-Fdroid? :-)
@Bubu You say boost?
I'm eager to get involved - I 'just' need to work my way into the basics of git, then I'll give it a try
@trianderror My Git Cheat-Sheet and Resources List: https://gist.github.com/IzzySoft/85627ffcb1ac4b24c9b1
@IzzyOnDroid UTC next time!
@Dashtop Sorry, UTC/GMT has left the EU but I stayed. But if you don't like CET, I can make it GMT+1 next time? 🤪
(I get what you mean; at least a "universal reference" should be included, which I usually do – I get annoyed as well if it just says something like CST and I a) don't know if that means China, Cuba or Central time and b) what the offset was to calculate my TZ from it.
TL;DR: UTC/GMT+1 would be OK?
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