just for the sake of completeness, I have to say that the following
statement is not 100% correct:
The RFP mentions bidirectional audio and video. As John has
attempted to chair a working group remotely, he might be aware that
real-time can mean more than 10 seconds between the time an event
occurs and when it is registered at the remote end.
I am quite confident that none of the tools you mention entails such a
long delay. You are probably talking about the mp3 audio feed, which, as
far as I know, has never been meant to represent a real-time,
bidirectional means of interaction (and which, btw, proves really
helpful when you want to access high-quality recordings after the meeting).
I can state for sure that we have used Meetecho for remote presentations
in Hiroshima, in the mediactrl WG meeting: interaction happens in
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Simon Pietro Romano
Universita' di Napoli Federico II
Computer Science Department
Phone: +39 081 7683823 -- Fax: +39 081 7684219
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idioti. Ci rifletto un istante; e mi scoraggio>>. Magritte.
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