Brian E Carpenter wrote:
And certainly the Meetecho service has its value - although those of us
on the end of a very long, thin glass fibre in the South Pacific may
not be able to get the full benefit.
Admittedly there was an improvement to previous IETFs.
Running Meetecho in a virtual machine with a Linux Live CD
(for the visual part) worked OK, and one single solution provided
access to slides of all presentations at the right time.
In all previous IETFs, only a fraction of the presentations were
available on the datatracker just prior or during the plenary,
and there was a significantly annoying lack of standardized format
(like 2007+ PPT, for which _my_ virtualization approach doesn't work).
Ietf mailing list