Sorry for my silence, but work got incredibly busy. Unfortunately, I’m going to be unable to produce a podcast at this time. My time is being drawn elsewhere. I thought I would have the time, but, unfortunately Murphy’s Law prevailed and everything got extremely busy for me soon after I came up with the idea.
That said, whomever wants to take the reigns on the project, go ahead. I had quite a few ideas for the production side, but it didn’t work out.
My apologies if I wasted anyone’s time. I would love to see an openSUSE podcast, and will gladly listen, but my time is currently being drawn elsewhere.
Take care, Erich
On Apr 3, 2018, at 12:13 AM, ddemaio email@example.com wrote:
Excellent. I came up with the list below. I think the following could be the first two: Ludwig Nussel for Leap 15 Richard Brown for openSUSE, openQA and Kubic The topics below could be rearranged for the show. It a good list to start with and we could add more for things we feel could be appropriate. Some might take a bit more coordination depending on how many people are involved.
On 04/03/2018 07:14 AM, Attila Pinter wrote:
Hi Doug, So we are very much in April and we are still fairly busy, but would like to make preparations for the show. You mentioned earlier that you have some topics prepared already, would be great to take a look at that. Also trying to figure out some sort of a structure for the "show" such as: • The length of each show,
I think 15 to 20 minutes (tops) is an ideal time.
• Organizing the agenda per show, maybe starting with news and revolving around major topics, interviews as the closing part of it?,
This could be just a short segment of the show. Maybe the first 2 minutes about what's new and what some of the major topics are. We could probably take a bit of this from the mailing lists.
• Frequency of the show? (Thinking of every 2 weeks or monthly),
I really think it could be hard for a set amount of time, but I would recommend monthly as every two weeks could really start to take some time.
Will setup the podcast to be available over iTunes, provide some sort of rss feed and happy to host a webserver as the podcast's home. Maybe anything else?
That would be great.
Would appreciate your inputs.
P.S.: @Eric in case you are still interested - but lack the time - in doing the podcast would be more than happy to collaborate ::)
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