Category Archives: open source

Offloading Azuracast Media, Recordings, and Backups to S3

I’ve been on a bit of an offloading kick these last months, and I’m digging the idea of controlling server environment bloat by having media hosted in an S3 storage situation. It simplifies cloning, updating, and/or migrating a server environment, … Continue reading

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A Magical Day at OER23, Part 1

I’m sitting in Schipol Airport jotting this down before I catch another flight to London, so this will be brief. I know I said in a previous post I would try and blog small, more regular bursts from the conference, … Continue reading

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1-Click Installer for Owncast in Reclaim Cloud

Following-up on yesterday’s post about our Owncast session for the Open Media Ecosystem series, I wanted to quickly highlight that we now have a 1-click installer for Owncast in Reclaim Cloud. I tried it out yesterday, and it is yet … Continue reading

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Open Media Ecosystem: Azuracast

Open Media Ecosystem blitz hosted by Reclaim Edtech kicked off last week. Amanda Schmidt and I got the series started by highlighting the Who, What, When, Where, Why, and Hows of the free and open source software Azuracast. You can … Continue reading

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Chatting DoOO, Open Source, and More with Ed Beck

Early last week Ed Beck asked if I would be willing to talk with him (and by extension his class) about some advantages (and limits) of open source applications in education. I think Ed has been following my recent championing … Continue reading

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Re-visiting How we Work at Reclaim

Lauren Hanks has been working on a really cool space that will highlight the various channels through which we are building community at Reclaim Hosting. It’s still under construction, but I’m sure Lauren will share the magic, as well as … Continue reading

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Streaming Jitsi through Peertube Live

? One of the cool things Taylor Jadin discovered recently is is easy it is to stream a Jitsi web video call through PeerTube. After creating a live stream in PeerTube, you would crab the stream URL and the stream … Continue reading

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Dreaming of an Open Source ReclaimTV

After my chat with Taylor about open source media ecosystems I was inspired return to the work we did around the TV metaphor for OERxDomains21 in terms of community programming. But rather than relaying on YouTube for both streaming and … Continue reading

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Introducing Danger: Diabolik to a Live-Streamed Audience

A year ago Antonio Vantaggiato invited Paul Bond and I into his Italian Cinema course to talk about Mario Bava’s The Girl Who Knew Too Much (1963). I was fairly new to Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) at the time, but … Continue reading

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Jitsi on Reclaim Cloud

Zoom’s privacy record has been spotty at best for a while now, but recent news pointing to their shutting down activist’s accounts at the behest of the Chinese government is yet another reason to think twice before using that video … Continue reading

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