belovedmonster wrote:I wonder if its possible to change the default channels if it was to be added to Mint. Like imagine you load it up for the first time and theres a Linux channel with a bunch of tutorial and news shows relating to Linux. That sounds very alluring to me if its possible.
Hell... maybe it would be the excuse we need to produce some screen cast tutorials on how to do stuff in Mint. Now that would be a huge plus for noobies!
That is possible and its a good idea too. All you have to do is make a link like this ( http://www.getmiro.com/screencasts/windows/win.feed.rss
) and then make the videos and upload them to google video and link the rss links to the google video tutorials for Linux Mint, which is very possible. I think you came up with a perfect idea belovedmonster, this could really be another advantage of using Linux Mint. We should talk to Clem about this.
And its great fun looking at those Linux tutorials, I remember when I was a ordinary Linux user and I was introduced to Knoppix and then someone suggested a Linux OS called 'Lindows' (They are now called Linspire because of Microsoft sewing them for copyright) and I used to watch the Lindows tutorials, which were great fun. We could inspire newbies to use Linux Mint.
My voice is too deep for tutorial speaking, so if Miro tutorials are accepted by Clem we'll need a clear speaker
Edit: Check this link ( http://www.getmiro.com/create/
). This makes video posting seem so easy.
Cheers, ( This could make Miro a great option as default for Linux Mint )