Re: [111attendees] test

Alexandre Petrescu <> Thu, 22 July 2021 09:58 UTC

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To: ANURAG VIJAY AGRAWAL <>, Jared Mauch <>
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Le 22/07/2021 à 11:42, ANURAG VIJAY AGRAWAL a écrit :
> Ok, got it. But, actually, during this pandemic era, we are very much
>  habitual to virtual activities.

I agree it's good to check in advance the audio and video connections.
My machine keeps changing its behaviour audio/video with all new tools I
add to make it more constant.  This OBS (to show images and slides
through the webcam channel) and voicemeeter (audio, to deliver always
same sound of voice) are great tools but change the behaviour so much
and induce delays some times.

I also agree during this pandemic era we become so much habitual to
virtual activities.  But I find that any glitch that I would consider
inoffensive when I could meet the person and fix it, becomes an issue in
these days of everything virtual.

In particular I have two ongoing activities with two IETFers whose
emails I dont receive or display strangely.  For me, it represents a
problem if someone says they sent me an email and I did not see it, it's
not in the Spam, not in the log of the filters, etc.  To solve it we use
an additional email address, which is somehow not really good.  One
wouldnt make an additional email address just because covid arrives.

Another destabilizing issue for me is the very fact that I can post to
this email list.  I must say that I invented the name 111attendees by
extending from what I knew of 110attendees.  I did not receive the
initial email on this list.

I see it simply works, which is good, but I was not sure it is the usual
attendees list.


> On Thu, Jul 22, 2021, 3:09 PM Jared Mauch < 
> <> wrote:
>> On Jul 22, 2021, at 5:29 AM, Vittorio Bertola
> < 
> <>> wrote:
>> Well, generally the attendees list just before a meeting was full
> of practical suggestions and requests about transportation, physical 
> registration, restaurants etc, and all of them go away for a virtual 
> meeting. But I also confess that - since this is (rightfully) 
> Europe's turn to have important meetings at 1am in the night, and 
> also since after one full year of video I am totally burned out by 
> virtual conferences - this is the first IETF meeting that I feel like
> a nuisance rather than a pleasure.
> I’m similarly looking forward to a return to seeing friends and 
> colleagues.
> I will say take a moment to test your various application and sharing
> options if you are presenting in the next week. Specifically MacOS
> has privacy settings that may require a browser or application
> restart.
> I recently got caught up in that world with a new corporate machine 
> (old one started to have a battery bulge!) and am still tweaking 
> things a few weeks later.
> Use a hard wired connection vs wireless if you can as well, it may be
> a small difference but also helps out.
> I also found the new [home] router at my house was not connected to 
> the UPS as I expected so also fixed that yesterday as we had a short 
> (~10s) power outage.
> - Jared -- 111attendees mailing list
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