Should I be doing live coding streams?
It would probably be boring, unless I set up most of the scaffolding for a gamedev session, in which case it might be fun for people to see.
Or, if I do demonstrations of libraries / tech once they're ready for demonstration.
People have requested it in the past. Seeing @mala post about doing so made me think about it again https://mastodon.social/@mala/102906717933674682
@cwebberThat would be interesting! What technology would you be working with?
Also, what streaming software would you use?@mala
@masterofthetiger @cwebber I use OBS Studio https://obsproject.com/ . I should package the obs-linuxbrowser plugin for guix -- it's not necessary but it is handy (and a bit of a monster to build currently).
@mala @masterofthetiger That sounds like it would be helpful!
@malaOh wow. That looks good. @cwebber
@mala @cwebberWhere do you stream to?
@masterofthetiger @cwebber https://twitch.tv/codetherapy but I'm hoping to work out ways of remaining independent of the Twitch ecosystem, so, canonically https://codetherapy.space/
@masterofthetiger Probably Racket, the Spritely tooling I'm building, occasionally Guile and Guix, GNU/Linux stuff, Emacs, etc.
And yes I was planning on using https://obsproject.com/ which is what @mala just said. It's packaged in Guix!
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