|brent timothy saner on 10 May 2017 13:51:53 -0700|
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|Re: [PLUG] plug Digest, Vol 150, Issue 9|
On 05/10/2017 04:23 PM, Keith C. Perry wrote: > I wouldn't want to replace the G+ link since there are other posts that happen too. The good thing about the G+ page is that we have multiple moderators even though its linked to Chad Water's account. Youtube is really designed for personal use and its horrible for discussion whereas G+ is designed for that. > > Just my nickel valuation on the matter. While indexing is an issue, the search function works just fine... > > https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/113596509667444287356 > > The community search it NOT the top box, it is on the left under the PLUG logo > > If you put in "postgresql" you'll see Bruce's two videos and Ron's. If you put in "Bruce" the both his Postgresql talks come up but his one on Cloud services from a couple of years ago does not. That might because at some point something went wrong and we had to change permissions then re-post but I did that was a link to my video archive. Just about every video I have ever created however is here: > > https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipMhsGRv2FpSlM5DHq73loBWCeuwJXSDQ7fo2nzZzUyUyir4ELuEFZmgCrN745G4MQ?key=U0FFNHhRbFlndUNzYjRNUjRyZmFHYk1MUGNZSjdR > > That goes back to January of 2015. > > ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ > Keith C. Perry, MS E.E. > Owner, DAO Technologies LLC > (O) +1.215.525.4165 x2033 > (M) +1.215.432.5167 > www.daotechnologies.com > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "brent saner" <email@example.com> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > Sent: Wednesday, May 10, 2017 11:06:37 AM > Subject: Re: [PLUG] plug Digest, Vol 150, Issue 9 > > On 05/10/2017 10:27 AM, Paul L. Snyder wrote: >> Happily, mct now has the website automatically deploying from GitHub, so >> no more subversion. Pull request to get the videos added in would be >> excellent. >> >> https://github.com/phillylinux/phillylinux.github.io >> >> Paul >> >> On Tue, 09 May 2017, Charlie Li wrote: >> >>> On 09/05/2017 19:31, brent saner wrote: >>>> who maintains phillylinux.org <http://phillylinux.org> these days? if I >>>> write a python script that scrapes and parses the list archives via cron >>>> and spits out an html list to the google groups links, would we be able >>>> to do that? it strikes me odd that we don't have a centralized reference >>>> for them as well (and I'm in agreement that the google+ indexing/search >>>> is... fairly atrocious. ironic, that) >>>> >>> Those of us who were physically present at Paul's "Generative Testing" >>> talk at West got to sorta witness the convoluted (or so I think) website >>> deployment process. ;-) >>> >>> As for making it easy to find videos of the talks, I'd briefly mentioned >>> to Keith once about making a PLUG youtube channel. Turns out you no >>> longer need a proper G+ *page* to create a youtube channel (our current >>> G+ presence is actually what they call a *community*) so we don't have >>> to worry about what we have now. When I did that livestream of >>> AndyWojo's AIX talk, I did it off my personal channel, so it would >>> definitely be better if they all originated from a consistent and >>> sensibly-named source that people can subscribe to. Furthermore, youtube >>> livestreaming automatically saves the finished stream as a regular video >>> so we can all relive all the trolling until me or Keith upload something >>> from a camera lens without fisheye. >>> >>> -- >>> Charlie Li >>> Can't think of a witty .sigline today??? >>> >>> (This email address is for mailing list use only; >>> replace local-part with vishwin for off-list communication) >>> > > I think a YT channel would definitely work well. Charlie, Keith, can we > get an ETA on when you could have a channel created and have the videos > trasnferred there? Once that's done (or even once the channel is > created, I suppose) we could get a GH PR to MCT for the link to the > channel to replace the link to the Google+ link. > hrm. well, one nice thing is it'd at least display the video titles without needing to load them. but sure, i see your point. it should be noted, however, that youtube supports accounts with multiple accounts managing them: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/4628007?hl=en that said, i've got a PR in to MCT: https://github.com/phillylinux/phillylinux.github.io/pull/1 because the last time i tried finding the videos, it was absolutely painful (and i never managed to find them).
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