Published on 4 May 2021.
This is what I’ve been up to in April 2021:
I published 3 new videos where I hack on Smart Notes:
I recorded many more sessions that I have not yet published. So I am a bit behind on the editing process.
I thought about different formats for the hacking sessions. Currently I do a bit of preparation off camera, then record one session, then repeat. So all changes to Smart Notes are recorded, but not my whole thinking process. I though about still doing the same recordings but editing them into more polished videos that might cover one topic or feature instead of just being time boxed. I think the verbatim hacking sessions might be more appropriate for live streams. I don’t know. If you have any feedback on this, please let me know.
I researched and ordered a camera (Sony A6400) and a microphone (Rode VideoMic NTG) so that I can hopefully produce videos of higher quality. I will experiment with it in the next month.
I watched Interview with JT: Andreas Kling of SerenityOS. One interesting idea that I got from the interview was that open source projects might benefit from providing source code only, and no binary packages. Some people might not use the software at all then, but the ones that do are more likely to contribute changes because the friction to do so is much less once you have build from source.
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