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[EP-tech] Re: Video: Export Plugin Bazaar Package



I like it - often seeing someone work through the process is a lot easier
than actually following written instructions.

On 29/04/2015 11:58, "Field A.N." <af05v at ecs.soton.ac.uk> wrote:

>I have to admit to having been a little intimidated at the prospect of
>running a webinar, so I've started small, with an attempt at a training
>video.
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>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WuluvMyx-aw
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>It's 20 minutes long, and walks through the creation of an export plugin,
>wrapping it into a bazaar package and uploading it to the bazaar.
>
>My question to the community is:  Are training videos of this form useful?
>
>The advantage this has over webinars is the lightweight nature of it (no
>scheduling, a small amount of prep and post-production).  If it is
>useful, I'm taking requests for the next video...
>
>Best Wishes
>
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>Adam Field
>Business Relationship Manager and Community Lead
>EPrints Services
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