On Wed, Jan 21, 2009 at 10:02 AM, Rahul Sundaram
Mark McLaughlin wrote:
> The Last FUDcon did not have a Virtual extension a la coveritlive.com
chat room, I am hoping the next FUDcon WILL have a
> coveritlive chat room attached so live blogging can take place, live
> streaming video would be a nice thing to add to if possible... But I settle
> for live audio streams...
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I will agree with Rahul, but will answer it here. In the future,
probably fedora-list would be more appropriate.
FUDConF11 was streamed live. We provided anywhere from 1 to 4 streams
throughout the Saturday barcamps. We streamed them using my
foundations streaming server at http://stream.utos.org
. However, I
have a request in for a streaming server on Fedora hardware and
anticipate this happening before the next FUDCon in June.
As far as CoverItLive.com
, it's a proprietary idea to do essentially
what can be done in IRC. I see some of the benefits of it and maybe
we can build something based upon Moksha  (there's a video too)
which will help accommodate that sort of functionality. If you are
seriously wanting functionality like you suggested, why not start a
project and use Moksha to do the work?
1 - http://lmacken.fedorapeople.org/moksha/
2 - http://alt.fedoraproject.org/pub/alt/videos/2009/FUDConF11/fudconf11-moks...