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Re: Colonizing education

From: Paul Sutton
Subject: Re: Colonizing education
Date: Wed, 9 Dec 2020 07:28:48 +0000

On 09/12/2020 03:53, msunet wrote:
Do you have that iso available somewhere that you can share? I'd be curious to check it out.

Happy to share just trying to figure out the best way to share it it is about 415mb in size, so I can upload to which has a max upload size of 2gb and send the link over.

Then take it from there.


I have used kdenlive in the past for making dance videos (, and it's legit stuff. At some point I also tried OpenShot, but the performance was rather sluggish at the time. With kdenlive that wasn't a problem, and there were also no surprises in the rendered output in terms of the audio/video synchronisation (which is important for dance videos, as you can imagine.)

"DVDs may seem rather old tech"

You mean they're not pay-per-view streamed pieces of DRM shit? Yeah, old indeed :)

On December 7, 2020 10:36:30 AM PST, Paul Sutton via libreplanet-discuss <> wrote:

    On 06/12/2020 22:59, Marc Sunet wrote:


        An old but ongoing battle.

    A good reason to pull all our resources together, so we can teach about
    creative commons, free software, DRM etc.

    To this end, A few years ago I made a dvd with the fsf30, wanna work
    together (creative commons) 4 freedoms and what is gnu+linux (latter 2
    by Richard Stallman)

    I have just updated this to include the DRM video shoetool,  rewind and
    university of costumed heroes.

    It is very basic dvd, made with kdenlive, I need to figure out how to
    use the software more, but for my first time ever using it, not bad really.

    I have attached a screenshot of the menu screen.

    DVDs may seem rather old tech, but the ISO file can be opened in vlc,
    and it acts as a dvd,  so there is no need to worry if there is no
    internet, poor connection, filtering etc,  if you want to watch or
    present a video it is possible.

    I have already put together a LibreOffice impress presentation for
    Mastodon, so will look at doing the same for free software, DRM and
    other stuff and put this on gitlab, but also save as pdf so it can be
    uploaded to big blue button.

    We just need people to teach now.  If the resources are there,  then
    that is 1/2 the battle I think.


    Paul Sutton (England)

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