Now that I have the process down (and my oVirt 3.1 rig in shape), I'll do a few more
of these before the 3.1 launch.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dave Neary" <dneary(a)redhat.com>
To: "arch" <arch(a)ovirt.org>, "users" <users(a)ovirt.org>
Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2012 10:45:41 AM
Subject: [Users] Looking for help: Demo videos
Last week I pitched the idea of having some demo videos (I called
"screencasts" although that's not quite accurate) ready before the
release next week.
I don't have the domain knowledge to do this myself, so I need your
What is there to do?
1. Go to http://wiki.ovirt.org/wiki/Screencasts
- have a look at the
features I've proposed for the first round of videos. If you really
think one of them shouldn't be there, or there's a really important
feature you'd like to see a demo for, please reply here and we'll
discuss it. You can always add a proposed feature with the skeleton
template to the Screencasts page also, but there's no guarantee we'll
have a video by the time the release comes around. It would helkp me
prioritise if we could gather feedback here.
2. For each feature, we should have a scenario/script for the demo,
* Required pre-requisites and set-up (what do I need to do before I
start the demo)
* A step by step description of how to show the feature being
Right now, only two features are described, and those descriptions
If you see a feature which is not yet described, and you know how to
it, please add a little script following the template. If you see a
feature which is not described well enough, please update the
3. For each feature with a script, we need a video. I have started a
page to help people record videos of their screen, for the systems I
know about: http://wiki.ovirt.org/wiki/Recording_video
- the videos
(without sound) can, I think, be attached to the wiki page - ogv or
format preferably, please!
4. For each video, we will need a sound-track. I'm happy to voice
some of the videos, but again, it would be nice to spread the load.
We're not even here yet, though.
Thanks everyone for your help! It will be greatly appreciated.
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