Working with GIT lecture at OTL (Olimex Training Lab)


This weekend the first lecture in our Training Lab was present by Stefan Saraev.

Some pictures are posted here .

To-Do List:

  1. to make reliable Internet link to the new building
  2. to setup logging and streaming video/audio from the events
  3. air conditioning (will be fixed this week)

next workshops to follow:

  • Building custom Android images for OLinuXino
  • KiCAD Open Source CAD introduction
  • Arduino workshop
  • FPGA and introduction to verilog

All lectures are free to participate. We will announce them with week in advance here on Twitter and Facebook/G+.

Also we will try to log and stream but may need time until we figure out how to do it properly 🙂

The working language is Bulgarian but we will try to add English subtitles to the logged lectures as well.

6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. José Xavier
    Dec 09, 2013 @ 15:47:32

    Log lectures with english subtitles would be awesome 🙂


  2. tuchkata
    Dec 09, 2013 @ 15:48:47

    Are we going to see the lecture uploaded in youtube or somewhere?


    • Feta
      Dec 09, 2013 @ 16:18:01 would be better than YouTube. YouTube-like embedding for viewing in the browser would still be available besides an easy way for people to download the video files without special software for people who prefer not to watch in the browser.


  3. Gollum Grillom Cocobamtamtam
    Dec 09, 2013 @ 16:10:09

    Please do not link to data collectors like Facebook, Google et alia, which people should block! Consider Diaspora, where you might even run an own server, if it has to be something social.

    For subtitles, Aegisub will be a good help, although timing is still cumbersome. You could try to start a programming challenge for a program that attempts to automate the task at least partially by detecting voice presence in an audio stream and creating empty lines at the correct time in .srt or .ass subtitle files.


  4. Guest
    Dec 10, 2013 @ 04:08:49

    > Also we will try to log and stream but may need time until we figure out how to do it properly 🙂

    That should not be hard. For live broadcasting you can use,, (Live Event or Google Hangouts on Air),… You can stream from an android phone (join to a Hangouts on Air). Youtube/Hangouts stream automatically turns into youtube video, when broadcast is over.

    You can also start your own ffmpeg/ffserver if your internet bandwidth is good enough to handle all the viewers.


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