I've more or less abandoned the whole idea this morning, as OSB has it all anyway. To set you at ease, strechedthin, I have actually watched your vid about the text installer to find out how you did it
, but for some (stupid) reason I thought it would be fun to do my own
. Some megalomania involved on my part, I'm afraid
I read somewhere in the forum yesterday (I think it must have been that tripleRsystem marketing battle in General marketing) that it's stupid to decentralize things like documentation, howtos, etc. Can't remember who said it (and too lazy to look it up) but he/she *definitely* had a point.
Someone also was saying that OSB itself was a BAD IDEA, which I don't think. It was a bit misleading for myself first, that a whole library of screencasts was hosted off-site from VL.com, but I was pointed there from within this very forum, so I got there and it doesn't really matter that the browser bar didn't show VL.com.
As for marketing ideas for OSB: what about opensourcebistro freemail for everyone
, hahaha. And seriously, I think posting your howtos in the howto section is all the marketing you need. You will be aware that a freeform G**gle search with keywords "vectorlinux video" and "vectorlinux screencast" give your "Linux Video Tutorials on VectorLinux. (Independent effort..for the time being.)" thread as second and third result respectively, so everybody that is actually looking for a vid/SC
instead of plaintext help will find you. Great job!