Paris summit : how to be informed of progress throughout the
jjesse at iserv.net
Tue Jun 20 02:09:25 BST 2006
It is teamtalk I think, have it on my work PC right now and I'm not there :(
But I think that's what they called it. There were a lot of issues today in
regards to it. Mics being headset only and not everyone having them, people
forgetting to push to talk etc... Pretty ugly on the sessions I attended and
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[mailto:sounder-bounces at lists.ubuntu.com] On Behalf Of Vincent Trouilliez
Sent: Monday, June 19, 2006 8:34 PM
Subject: Paris summit : how to be informed of progress throughout the week
For the last conference, for Dapper, I remember there were some videos
of some of the meetings made available to us, poor end-users, so we can
enjoy the meeting in some way. There were pics too I think.
Is there a web/wiki page somewhere that has been setup, where they post
content/material, every day, to keep us informed of the current meeting
in Paris, where they could post comments, videos of meeting, pics or
anything they can find the time to post ??
I think I read somewhere that for the first time this time, they would
use a headset and video conferencing software so people who can't be
there, can be "there" too. but I am not sure if this was meant to be
open to end users, or if it's a private affair between Canonical people.
If it's open to everybody, what software must we use, ekiga ? And where
is the schedule of the talks, so we know when to connect to watch and
listen to them ?? That would be super cool and modern !! :o)
Hoping someone at Paris is reading this...
Vince, so curious...
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