Last week I learnt (adrian15 speaking) about other people doing live streams while programming. It sound as something stupid you doing a live streaming when you develop but as I saw all the streamings most of them where in non open source languages or non open source projects. So I told myself that I had to do it too.
The other reason is that it might help other people who are doubtful about contributing to Super Grub2 Disk to finally begin to do so. Because, it’s not as difficult as it might seem.
So last weekend I performed a public live devopment streaming which I announced in Super Grub2 Disk chat channel.
As you might see there are two things to be improved in the video:
- Sound quality (I need something to remove my laptop fan noise at runtime)
- Video quality. I think I will record with my second screen at 1024×768 instead of squeezing my bigger screen to 1024×768. This might improve video quality.
So I promise I’ll try to announce the live development streamings with more time, probably three or fours days in advance so that you can join by the chat.
So, here there is the video about how I managed to remove Super Grub2 Disk devices from search by default. You can find its associated commit here.