So recently I discovered livecoding.tv - A site that is a sort of ‘twitch for programmers’.
It seems like we could use this to maybe demo some of the newer Mod stuff we’ve introduced, show certain techniques or even live-code solutions to specific issues people submit? In addition, as shader stuff is at this point really just coding, it might be handy to show people more about how all of that works… ?
I’m curious what any of you think. We’ve not attempted this before, so I think the choice to give it a shot depends entirely on the degree of interest, as well as what sorts of topics you’d want to see covered.
I myself haven’t signed up for the site yet, so that process may certainly complicate things. Worst case a twitch stream could be used. The question is, is it worth the effort to some of you?
So - stuff I want to know, just to be very clear
- Times ranges you’d want to join others.
- Topics you want to see covered.
- Structure you’d most watch: free-form, pre-arranged schedule, whatever.
NOTE - We can’t help with other Mods directly, as much as that would be great (“what’s wrong with this code?!”) - it isn’t our property, and the content/subject of the Mod could be IP-related in ways we obviously wouldn’t want to be involved.