the multicast services are provided by the UOregon team supported by a
grant from Cisco (+ some support from ISOC via the IETF Chair's fund).
This grant is in its final year, and the end of the grant is a convenient
time to stop and reconsider exactly what services we (the IETF community)
want in the area of A/V at meetings, and see how we can arrange to have
that done, and cover the costs.
So yes, it's on my list of things to worry about - it's just not at the
--On 3. mars 2004 18:30 -0800 Ole Jacobsen <ole(_at_)cisco(_dot_)com> wrote:
<begin naive question>
Apart from the "eating our own dogfood" bit ...
Most other Internet events I attend, or follow remotely, use Real
audio/video, or sometimes Windows Media Player.
Can anyone tell me if there are any TECHNICAL reasons why we can't
do this for the IETF meetings?