Tables are turned for me; I will be in an office and therefore will be unable to run it tomorrow.
But it would be great if you and @mkolar could get together and balance your talks; like one showing plug-ins running and succeeding, whereas the other highlights a failed validator and the kind of information provided to the user at that point. Some overlap isn’t a big deal though, so don’t sweat it.
About the meeting just now; gotomeeting functionality worked well! Looks like we’ll be able to rather seamlessly transition between me showing slides and you guys screencapturing. Got around 5-10 fps on average. There was also an annotation feature you could use to draw on the screen. Milan had to locally install the gotomeeting software though (as did I), you’ll probably need that too @tokejepsen, hope that’s ok. Luckily our viewers won’t have to do that.
Some of the things that struck me as really good to include from your content @mkolar:
- Both Maya and Houdini in the mix
- That one software explained it from the ground up, whereas the other mainly highlighted that it works here too.
- Highlighting of the correlation between what we see in the GUI versus what we see in Maya
- (How easy it was to integrate with Houdini, if there is time)
Next week (should we say Saturday morning, to give us enough slack to postpone if need be?) we’ll run it through a few times again but this time “for real” where we actually try and think about time and not stopping.
@tokejepsen does that work for you? That would be Saturday morning, the 20th of February.