Are there any developers here who want to showcase their software during the workshop?
I see two ways:
- Using the workshop machine, install the software and make it run, explaining along as questions arise.
- Using your own infrastructure, interact with the services that will be installed.
We’ll be using
tmux in order to share the screen on the machine, and probably this shared screen will be shared on the BBB using some screencasting software. (Can we do both BBB screensharing and screencasting?)
One feature I’m interested in testing is Peertube’s Live Streaming. What do you think @peertube?
People willing to conduct the workshop (installs…) should be ready with all what’s needed to go from a brand new machine to a running service: configurations, certificates, troubleshooting will all happen live.
The aim is to spend about 30 minutes on an install from scratch so we can explore things altogether. Of course, having a group slows things down considerably, so we could split the
tmux with a team installing Peertube, another one installing Mastodon, etc.
Only people who share their SSH key in advance can of course take part in this experiment.
Can someone ping participants in the previous seminars who joined the SocialHub so they are aware of this topic?
that would help me figure out what went wrong in the upgrade from 3.2.1 to 3.3.0 that it still shows the old version but seems to otherwise work. ↩︎