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Addendum

I spent most of the day doing content production, so no session blogs from me.

Last night's Beer Summit hosted by Collabora: photos

Prototype (must all be re-filmed in three months) GNOME 3 launch video: WebM OGV (music CC licensed under Sampling Plus 1.0 by Jonathan Yamoty but may ultimately be replaced by a new composition by Joey)

Beta Friends of GNOME appeals (14 filmed today, first 2): WebM 1 OGV 1 WebM 2 OGV 2

Criticism welcome.

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Germán Póo-Caamaño [calcifer.org]
Nov. 9th, 2010 05:45 am (UTC)
Comments about the videos
Jason,

It looks nice. Just I would like to say:

The calculator looks too complicated with respect to the message you are trying to give. Whatever the final application were chosen, it should not scare the user.

In your first speech, the image switch when you start moving your hands, and your hands are not clearly visible. Solution, start using your body language earlier and with a proper zoom-out, or not use it at all with a proper zoom-in.

Some make-up (i.e. base makeup) for speakers would help, too. Otherwise, it could be a point of distraction.
ext_314963
Nov. 9th, 2010 08:58 am (UTC)
remember workspace for each application is more useful feature, because ou don't need to create new workspace again and agian
(Anonymous)
Nov. 9th, 2010 10:48 am (UTC)
Not obvious for a user why this workspaces are convience
I think that the video doesn't clearly express the idea that using workspaces is a good thing. IMHO, it looks like it sells the idea that you could use workspaces in gnome 2 and this is the way to use in gnome 3.0.

... just my personal impression. In other terms, the video is quite cool ! and I love it :)
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