[Tastebridge] recap of Tuesday Dec 22 2010 foodbridgery
rikke.c.rasmussen at gmail.com
Thu Dec 23 13:02:12 PST 2010
You guys so rock! I can't help but miss the Noisekitchen intensely when I
see all these cool new initiatives and great people (welcome Charlie and
Kathryn!), and can't wait to get back to California (Denmark is frozen
solid, knee-deep in snow) to help out!
Regarding documentation, there's already been some discussion about doing an
Instructable for the kombucha brewing, which would be a great addition to
the recipes and photos; and as for those, I suggest that we try to
pre-prepare recipes for whatever we cook during class, and simply modify if
relevant. Pics could just go on Flickr/Picasa/whereever, and be linked to in
the written documents.
Keep up the good - will return a.s.a.p. to cook, brew, scour kitchen and
"gently" encourage people to clean up after themselves ;-)
On Thu, Dec 23, 2010 at 8:25 PM, miloh <froggytoad at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Oops, i meant to say "did" we document it?
> > Rafi - i was actually going to post the pictures somewhere for all to
> > download. just haven't gotten to it yet. i will soon enough!
> > Perhaps we should have a photo page for all to upload pictures of all
> > tastebridge events to? i have some sf underground market photos i need to
> > share. Or if we get better at documenting classes and events, we should
> > probably upload those photos with the written documentation. Thoughts?
> > Ro
> For now:
> How about upload the pictures to whatever hosting site you use, tag
> them with tastebridge and noisebridge tags for searchability, in
> addition to anything else you normally would tag them for, then link
> them back in the wiki descriptions of events (that don't get
> the main thing is getting them up, do you typically edit individually
> or just throw photos up?
> I'm so picky I take forever to put images up unless they are taken
> from my phone and auto uploaded to flickr.
> For later:
> If we want to get a domain and hosting for Tastebridge, I'm down.
> Noisebridge.net is a great source but ultimately the mediawiki
> installation isn't the best for image hosting, and we don't have fine
> access to the webhosting service...
> Also, there's the talk floating around of building a recipe DSCM....
> I wonder how this would work and can't find any existing examples of
> open sourced distributed recipe scm's. Perhaps this should be in a
> seperate thread...
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