@fbartels ah yes, that is unfortunate
Posts made by seeker
RE: GeistMap - A personal knowledge base/network with a focus on connections
RE: Carnet (Goole keep Like) app does not stop recording
If a bunch of people had tried it from here and it worked that would have changed my trajectory.
RE: WorldBrain's Memex
There was another project that was new... I believe it was called promesia, but the site it was on is down. Here is the next best thing
Carnet (Goole keep Like) app does not stop recording
I installed an next cloud addon Carnet, which allows one to take notes much like google keep. When I try to make a voice note from a browser, I can authorize the browser's use of the mic, and I get a dialogue box that shows the audio is being received, but I cannot stop the recording. I am not sure if this is a cloudron issue or a next cloud issue or an issue with my personal system. I have tried several browsers.
After initializing the mic to record a memo, the browser asks for permission to use the hardware (the mic) . Then a dialogue pops up with a wave capture graphic. When I speak it changes as if it is registering my voice, but when I press the pause button or the stop button the time counter continues counting off the seconds and the waveform continues to change as it detects different levels of noise.
I am curious if anyone else uses this addon as a part of their nextcloud?
BlueSpice (extending mediawiki)
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RE: Record submit and save to cloudron/nextcloud (or elswhere)
@seeker Is this any arbitrary website or a website that you made? It seems there is a cURL API to upload - https://docs.nextcloud.com/server/latest/user_manual/files/access_webdav.html#accessing-files-using-curl
This would be on a website I have access to/made. I Imagin it could also be a shared nextcloud folder with some sort of app providing the interface.
While this is a different use case, it does provide an example of what I am looking to do within nextcloud. I am also open to other possibilities using cloudron. This is using the canvaslms
Record submit and save to cloudron/nextcloud (or elswhere)
I am interested in a person being able to visit a webpage, and record a video or an audio message using their pc/smartphone's mic and camera and then after completing recording- save the recording to a nextcloud folder.
I discovered this thread.
It has some leads. Anyone have any idea how this might be achievable with cloudron? I am trying to avoid the person needing to record, save to their device and then upload if at all possible.
RE: Video chat and conferencing options
I wanted to follow up. I am thinking about seeing what I might be able to set up this weekend, using my cloudron setup. Much has changed with cloudron wigh @girish and @nebulon (and others) hard work updating Cloudron and getting TURN implemented. (Another thank you)
Much has also changed in the world with covid19.
I am curious what people are running- easily...????????
I am still looking for:
Single login (or as few as possible)
File sharing (similar to next cloud)
1 on 1 video chat ( single click would be nice to launch)
Group chat ( similar to google hangouts or zoom)
Screen sharing , white boards, ether pad integrated in video call
Sharing prerecorded video
Ability to create & join conference from smartphone
Recording web conference ( can use OBS)
Remote Desktop like teamviewer. Had not thought about this, but this would be amazing.
This is a pretty long list. What would be awesome is getting something off the ground like Zoom. @gish gave an excellent explanation of the hurdles creating a multi user video conference. So am I to assume that at this point selfhosting something like zoom is not really possible?
What have people had a chance to experiment with?
How many have people been able to create a group video chat with utilizing cloudron?
RE: Community Site Ideas
Another community learning platform. While it ahs "Open" in its name I have not found out if it is open source. I suspect not.
Open Education Practice
Clip- of the description: The move to open education practice (OEP) is more than a shift in content, it is an immersive experience in collaborative teaching and learning. OEP leverages open education resources (OER) to expand the role of educators, allowing teachers to become curators, curriculum designers, and content creators. In sharing teaching tools and strategies, educators network their strengths and improve the quality of education for their students.
With an open practice, educators are able to adjust their content, pedagogies, and approach based on their learners, without the limitations of “all rights reserved”.
RE: moodleNet - open social media platform for educators
Been a while since I checked in with moodle. Did not know what moodlenet was. Found this walk through helpful
Also very curious about Moodlework (also new)
I found this interesting. Reminds me of anytype, shared in another thread.
In short it seems to allow one to save data to your personal machine, while using web applications.
Here is a video about the project ( though somewhat old) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eGNJRyb5iJs
Current apps: https://wiki.remotestorage.io/Apps
I find Sharesome interesting
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Use the same data across different apps. Create a to-do list in one app, and track the time on your tasks in another one. Say goodbye to app-specific data silos.
Most remoteStorage-enabled apps come with first-class offline support. Use your apps offline on the go, and automatically sync when you're back online.