The video of my KotlinConf talk "Playing in the Treehouse with Redwood and Zipline" is now available!

@jw it doesn't look visible when looking at the Kotlin YouTube channel itself for some reason. Are those videos still unlisted or something? I wonder if there are more videos that we could already watch but just can't find them yet.

@gakisstylianos The playlist is public. Not sure if that's intentional or not, but they're all in there.

@jw Wow silly me, they literally are all there Thanks for pointing it out to me, I didn't actually know they were all uploaded already!

@jw man, this is such a great summary of how _all_ of these pieces fit together; really great presentation.
I remember leaving the redwood presentation @ DC NY last year thinking "wow that looks really powerful, buuut I don't think I fully understand the entire system end-to-end". It's much more clear in my mind this time around 👏👏 excited to see how this progresses in the future

@martinbonnin Yeah not sure what happened. Many are still available through the playlist but not mine. I suspect they weren't supposed to be found quite yet.

@jw @martinbonnin It's a common problem. I have a whole playlist of industry content where I'm not sure if it is meant to be public or not :)

@jw @martinbonnin I set Facebook to post self only by default and I may use that as default more places if they offer it. I did it for Facebook because things like the Nintendo Switch can share there easy, but I don't want to spam all my video game screenshots. It was just the easiest way to get them off the device. Separating "content created" from "Go Live" has saved me many times.

@jw is it compliant with Google Play Policy? Read this on rn-code-push repo

An app distributed via Google Play may not modify, replace, or update itself using any method other than Google Play’s update mechanism. Likewise, an app may not download executable code (e.g. dex, JAR, .so files) from a source other than Google Play. This restriction does not apply to code that runs in a virtual machine and has limited access to Android APIs (such as JavaScript in a webview or browser).

@kshitijpatil Yes. The last sentence is the carve out which makes it compliant. Apple App Store has something similar.

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