Will there be mbone ?
curtis at ans.net
Wed May 24 17:46:45 UTC 1995
In message <199505190340.UAA09106 at upeksa.sdsc.edu>, Hans-Werner Braun writes:
> >In message <Pine.SUN.3.91.950518085612.19007C-100000 at home.merit.edu>, "Susan
> > Harris" writes:
> >> Yep, it'll be M-boned. --Susan Harris
> >Did you even get wb and wbimport running so people could give you
> >postscript files and use wb rather than a blurry and faded image of
> >the overhead projector? Projecting the same thing from a VGA driven
> >projection TV would be better for people in the room than the plastic
> >things and the overhead too.
> When can we start having virtual meetings *just* like that? And avoid
A real interesting idea would be to offer to hold the meeting at a
particular site *only* for those peoiple that did not have at least
mbone connectivity suitable for wb and audio, and have none of the
speakers attend, have them all present remotely. :-) :-) :-)
It would certainly be a first for NANOG, though some IETF WGs have
already done this. While fine for presentations, Q&A or open
discussion becomes tough to moderate.
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