#115 Possible classroom session: systemd
Opened 2 years ago by ankursinha. Modified 2 years ago

We received a suggestion about this on discourse. Worth taking up for the F30 cycle maybe. However, now is this targetted to end users, or to developers, for both will be very different sessions.


When I suggested it, I largely had a target audience in mind of end users who want to debug issues or maybe learn a bit more about how the system works.

We received a suggestion about this on discourse. Worth taking up for the F30 cycle maybe. However, now is this targetted to end users, or to developers, for both will be very different sessions.

I strongly agree with Ankur

We have someone that can be contacted to propose to run this classroom?

I'd be happy to volunteer for that.

I'd be happy to volunteer for that.

Whoo! Nice!
@refi64 how do you prefer to run this classroom? Recorded video, IRC session or live hangout?
In which date do you think you will be ready?
Thanks.

Is there a general preference for the format and timeline? (For the format,
I personally like more interactive stuff, but I know the wiki mentioned
that the current general preference was pre-recorded workshops.)

On Tue, Aug 27, 2019, 12:20 AM Alessio Ciregia pagure@pagure.io wrote:

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I'd be happy to volunteer for that.

Whoo! Nice!
@refi64 how do you prefer to run this classroom? Recorded video, IRC
session or live hangout?
In which date do you think you will be ready?
Thanks.
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Timeline: when you are ready :-)
Format: well, the fact that the preference is a prerecorded video comes from the fact that we had bad experiences. We used Jitsi, but it wasn't working at all with a lot of attendees. Another option could be a youtube live stream, but is up to the instructor to set up some kind of software (like OBS) on his workstation in order to stream the session, and if someone doesn't have prior experiences it could be too an effort. It is obvious that an interactive/live session is more compelling and in line with a "classroom", so if you have some working idea, you are welcome to use it. Also the old good IRC is an option.
Thanks.

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