So I was watching @Galapagoose’s stream the other day and I found it very demystifying regarding the entire development process! I realized I’ve always wanted to see someone write the kinds of things we use around here, but I really have never had the experience!
I’m also (hopefully) beginning to transition from beginner to intermediate with my Norns-fu/Lua-fu, and I would love to find a nice way to contribute some of my learning back so that others may have a leg up in their beginnings! Here’s the synthesis:
The Bravery Stream
- 2 hour stream with a preset list of goals
- I do my best, get roasted, learn
- VODs will be up for further roasting
- intended ‘goal’ for generated content is threefold:
- streams serve as a documentation of process. Learn from my mistakes! Delight in happy accidents
- I would love for the feedback to be reminiscent of an amazing high school english teacher who said sm like -> “hey, you’re good. If you can handle really honest criticism, I can give you real, actual feedback.”
- it’s all an attempt to target a big social anxiety block that keeps many of us from learning, especially while isolated. * If other people like the concept, they’re welcome to do a Bravery Stream! If not, maybe just say hey in chat so I do this more than once it won’t be all that different from my solo learning process, just more fun!
- everything is explicitly and very intentionally worded to make sure it doesnt read as mean
It’s gonna take me some time to get my streaming setup going (I’m moving), but I’m going to do some text posts mean time.
* to be quite honest...
I’m not thriving, but I’m in my element to a certain extent – I can handle isolation and turn it in to discipline, given time!