I don't know about the real-time remote participation aspects because I'm at
the IETF in QC, but I did use the meetecho recorded sessions for a couple WGs I
didn't attend this week and I have to say it was great - better than the mp3
recordings of previous IETFs. While the mp3 had better audio quality, the
meetecho HTML5 recordings had the video, audio, presentation slides and jabber
all synchronized and I could skip forward forward/back for all of those which
Then when I found out they were doing this on their own dime without IETF
paying for it, I was shocked.
Kudos to them.
On Jul 27, 2011, at 8:53 PM, 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.
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