[Bf-education] Forum

Dolf Veenvliet dolf at macouno.com
Wed Nov 6 09:57:26 CET 2013

Yikes.... ok so that was exceptional timing!

Here's hoping the yet to be announced Blender Network forum is up soonish ;)

About surveys... they can be useful, but only if you have some very
specific goals/questions... I doubt you'll get a lot of useful information
by trying to find out "what everyone is up to related to blender
education"... There's no multiple choice answer to that question. I
personally think we will learn more from a lively
forum/newsgroup/discussion than any list of questions. Just my 2 cents.


On Wed, Nov 6, 2013 at 1:28 AM, Blasgund Brian <
Brian.Blasgund at polytechnic.wa.edu.au> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I'd fill out the survey I lecture with blender in a simulated Games and
> VFX  Studio within the college wish to eventually commercialize some of the
> games produced by the studio so it ceases to be simulated however it would
> be a challenge passing it by the organizations legal dept however from my
> perspective the studio model is working well for us and as I have mentioned
> before blender is the backbone of our project production pipelines. :)
> Regards
> Brian Blasgund
> Lecturer IT/Multimedia
> Midland Campus
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> Brian.Blasgund at polytechnic.wa.edu.au<mailto:
> Brian.Blasgund at polytechnic.wa.edu.au>
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> on behalf of Piotr Arlukowicz [piotao at gmail.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, November 06, 2013 8:04 AM
> To: Blender Educators and Trainers
> Subject: Re: [Bf-education] Forum
> Ow, that's good idea.
> We also will need some research about how Blender is taught to collect
> some best/worst practices.
> Francesco, if you like the idea, I can prepare proposal of a survey for
> data collection for further discussion and potential use.
> regards
> pz
> piotr
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> Piotr Arlukowicz
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> 2013/11/5 Francesco Siddi <francesco.siddi at gmail.com<mailto:
> francesco.siddi at gmail.com>>
> At the moment the forum is down, but all relevant information will be
> accessible again in the future when needed.
> We plan to move the discussion on educational topics on the Blender
> Network forum, soon to be announced!
> Francesco
> On November 5, 2013 at 11:10:49 PM, Peppe Cirotti (puntoblu at ice.co.cr
> <mailto://puntoblu@ice.co.cr>) wrote:
> Right now the link is dead.
> Seems that changing to new Blender site scrambled link.
> Hope to see the forum online again soon; i too prefer a forum setting to
> newsgroup for the same reason
> pep
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