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Episode 1 transcript #43

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ole commented Feb 10, 2019

Following up on #15, this is a machine-generated transcript for episode 1 in WebVTT format.

I have already edited the first ~10 minutes of the transcript. The rest is still full of mistakes (but perfectly readable). It would be great to see other contributors chip in and edits a portion (the work is not so bad if you do it in 5-minute portions).

If you want to help with editing, please add a comment to this PR with the segment you'd like to take on before you start. We want to avoid duplication of work. You should be able to push your changes directly to this PR.

Edit: my instructions were wrong. I forgot that only people with write access to this repo or my fork can push to this branch. I'll invite people who comment on this PR to my fork so you can push your edits to the ole:episode-1-transcript branch. Then they should appear here.

Many thanks to @JulianKahnert for working with me on the tool for generating the WebVTT text.

Let me know if you want to rename the file or move it to another directory. I haven't added a link to the transcript to the shownotes yet. Let's first figure out where the transcript files should be located and how we want to name them.

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Add unedited WebVTT transcript for episode 1
The transcript has been generated with the Amazon Transcribe service (as discussed in #15) and converted to the WebVTT format with a Swift tool written by @ole (https://github.com/ole) and @JulianKahnert (https://github.com/JulianKahnert).

This autogenerated transcript contains many transcription errors, but it gives us a good baseline for manual editing.
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ole commented Feb 11, 2019

I just sent a tweet asking people for help with the editing. It would be good if we could keep this PR open for a while so people can push their edits directly to it. Thanks!

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vincentthe0ne commented Feb 11, 2019

I would like to help with the editing 💪🏻. I would start from 09:46.529 to ~15:00.000 (+/- depending on the last Speaker) (Edit: Done from 09:46.529 to 15:13.397)

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MonicaG commented Feb 12, 2019

Hello! I would like to help editing. I would like to do 00:59:15.213 -> 01:07:26.240.

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ole commented Feb 12, 2019

@vincentthe0ne Sorry, my original instructions ("push directly to this PR") were wrong. I just invited you as a collaborator to my fork of the repo. You should be able to push your edits to the episode-1-transcript branch there and then they should appear here.

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ole commented Feb 12, 2019

I'm grabbing ~9 minutes from the bottom (from 00:50:18.774 to 00:59:15.093). (Edit: done)

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MonicaG commented Feb 12, 2019

I'll do 00:39:55.214 -> 00:50:18.494

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ole commented Feb 12, 2019

I'll pick up at 00:15:14.437 until 00:23:31.535. (Edit: done)

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Merge pull request #2 from MonicaG/episode-1-transcript
Episode 1 transcript from 00:39:55.214 -> 00:50:18.494

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ole commented Feb 13, 2019

I'll do the next batch from 00:23:32.785 to 00:30:32.178. (Edit: done)

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ole commented Feb 13, 2019

I'll now do the remaining bit from 00:30:32.658 to 00:39:54.794. (Edit: done)

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ole commented Feb 13, 2019

Editing is done.

@garricn @lattner @JohnSundell This is ready for merging if you ask me.

@garricn garricn merged commit 5d95e0a into SwiftCommunityPodcast:master Feb 14, 2019

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ole commented Feb 14, 2019

Yay! Thanks again for your help @vincentthe0ne and especially @MonicaG!

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lattner commented Feb 14, 2019

Amazing, this is really fantastic work, thank you so much for driving this forward!

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BasThomas commented Feb 14, 2019

Awesome stuff! Congrats @ole, @vincentthe0ne & @MonicaG!

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<v Chris Lattner>such high quality good documentation and a book being available on day one. And it's continued to be maintained today, and it's amazing.

00:31:18.571 --> 00:31:34.451
<v Chris Lattner>And part of that was that we pulled in the tech writers right into the design meetings. Folks like Tim Isted and Brian Lanyon[?], Alex Martini spent a tremendous amount of time in weekly meetings where we were arguing about, "do we use

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@lattner I'm not quite sure I got this name right: "Brian Lanyon". Can you confirm?

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