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Re: [GMG-Devel] How to make the best for MediaGoblin out of 'YouTube Red

From: Christopher Allan Webber
Subject: Re: [GMG-Devel] How to make the best for MediaGoblin out of 'YouTube Red' scandal
Date: Tue, 03 Nov 2015 18:34:57 -0600

Proper release tarballs are likely to come with next release.  It's
something I'm aware of.

The tl;dr version of this seems to be "all this stuff needs to be
deployable", and of course I agree :)

Matt Molyneaux writes:

> Proper release tarballs were mentioned recently, and hopefully it won't be
> too too much work to get it done.
> Personally I'd like to see a PyPI release with all the non-python parts
> bundled too. It would really ease the initial setup for those already
> familiar with install python packages.
> On 22 Oct 2015 14:40, <address@hidden> wrote:
>> On Thu, Oct 22, 2015 at 02:57:19PM +0200, address@hidden wrote:
>> > I don't know. Is it anyhow possible to explain a person, who knows
>> almost nothing about computers & IT, within 3 minutes how to
>> > set up a MediaGoblin-content-creator-existence ? How to upload videos in
>> MediaGoblin? How to watch MediaGoblin with as less
>> > effort as anyhow possible - best would be within firefox without any
>> special preparation?
>> Personally, I'd be happy just to see the documentation on how to install
>> MG referenced from the release announcement. And the steps to upgrade
>> really shouldn't be that different from an initial installation.
>> Also useful would be getting MG into the native packaging systems of the
>> various free systems. But that requires first a tarball of the whole kit
>> that can be made runnable with the automated tools _that_ _already_
>> _exist_.
>> I'm offering to volunteer to get MG into FreeBSD's ports system. But I
>> need to be able to download the source without having to use git.
>> --
>> Kevin P. Neal                      
>> "What is mathematics? The age-old answer is, of course, that mathematics
>>  is what mathematicians do." - Donald Knuth
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