[hackerspaces] Online Workshop / Course material sharing Platform wanted
ramgarden at gmail.com
Wed Oct 5 14:44:26 CEST 2016
In the K.I.S.S. vein, I'd say just use your 'space's wiki to create a page
for that project/class and just put in the step by step pictures to make it
look like instructables. Since it's a wiki then you have the collaborative
editing already there. Other than that there's always http://www.dozuki.com.
Here's an example: http://firepickdelta.dozuki.com/
On Wed, Oct 5, 2016 at 7:49 AM, overflo <flo at tekstix.com> wrote:
> Yesterday we had an awesome micropython on ESP8266 Workshop at the
> metalab hackspace in vienna.
> Anlumo prepared slides and i helped out a little with troubleshooting
> whenever a participant run into some problem.
> That setup worked very well for our ~30 participants.
> During the workshop i was asked the same questions from different people
> and had to solve the same problem twice (an el-cheapo broken usb cable,
> drivers, python syntax woes).
> After the workshop i spent some time thinking about the setup and how we
> can improve the workshop setup for further workshops.
> I'd like to have the workshop material online.
> Something like instructables, with pictures and step-by-step guides.
> Usually you have a projector displaying the current step and how far the
> workshop already progressed yet.
> so when people come by late they can still join in in.
> optimally it would diplay some QR code so participants can just point
> their mobile phone/tablet there and get the instructions right away.
> We should collect all questions and Problems during the workshop and
> save them in a structured way to assemble a FAQ and get Annotations to
> each slide for "common problems" and such.
> Ideally this workshop platform would have something like a git backend
> that supports branches and merges.
> so that new steps, pictures and other course material can be merged and
> people holding workshops can reuse the same material in other *spaces
> worldwide and improve the quality of the material.
> The whole thing should be as decetral as possible so that the course
> material is not lost or in the hands of some corporation running a service.
> (These things tend to get commerical all the time, and once they become
> commercial you can either view ads or the comany is bought by some
> bigger fish and it turns into a paywall service. :( )
> So what i am looking for is something like
> Instructables with a github backend that provides wikipedia
> functionality or piratepad features for collaborative editing.
> If this was web 3.11 bullshit bingo this sentence would crack the
> jackpot :)
> But I guess you get the idea.
> I bet i am not the first person on the planet to come up with this idea,
> so who made it, what is it called and can you recommend it?
> Thank you very much for your time and feedback!
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