FOSS Screencast Tools?

As I wrote yesterday, the Koha IRC meeting started discussing tutorials for new contributors. I’d really like to avoid expecting people to use non-free software to learn about contributing to free software. Too many so-called webinars are not webinars. I want to be part of something better.

So far, it’s been suggested that we could use screen as a multi-user tool [indexdata] and Krut Computer Recorder to make a screencast of it. I’ve used screen, but I’ve not used krut – it has an ubuntu download, so it looks promising at first glance.

What else would you recommend? What have you used that didn’t work? Would you be interested in the tutorials? Have you seen good tutorials covering FOSS participation, git and coding standards which we could adapt?

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