I don’t know if posting a link to every recorded call on Talk individually is necessary. That said, I would expect that sharing a recording after a call within Talk lowers that barrier to viewing the recording and would increase the likelihood of people making use of the video.
I would suggest a combination:
1. For high value recordings (key discussions, presentations we want to proactively share with the community, etc.), we make the effort to share a recording within the corresponding Talk thread.
The best way to share a video is to get the embed code and paste it into Talk. Unfortunately, IU Kaltura restricts access to its “share” button to authenticated users, so you need to be logged in (e.g., with OpenMRS group account) to see the SHARE button below the recording. Click on SHARE, then EMBED, enable “Responsive Sizing” option, and, if you have the time, set the start time to the point when discussion/presentation starts.
If you can’t get to the SHARE button, you can copy the URL directly from Kaltura (optionally converting HH:MM:SS start time to seconds in your head or using a tool like this and adding the start time in seconds to the end of the URL as
?st=1234, for example 1234 would start playing at 0:20:34). But this won’t show an embedded player in Talk and force people to navigate to IU’s Kaltura website.
2. For typical/recurring calls, we can point people to om.rs/recordings.
We could also make call-specific short links to filter to specific recordings by title. For example, this link:
takes you to a reverse chronological list of O3 Squad Call recordings. Maybe