Re: [111attendees] So, what are jabber scribes actually doing, these days?

Vittorio Bertola <vittorio.bertola@open-xchange.com> Fri, 30 July 2021 10:08 UTC

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> Il 30/07/2021 01:14 Jay Daley <jay@ietf.org> ha scritto:
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> Thanks Bron.  Personally I think that’s a great usability adjustment and will forward to the Meetecho team for them to consider.

Bron's proposal may work, but as an alternative, I would also consider a dedicated "now speaking" part of the screen - either in the right side column above or below the small video feeds, or somewhere at the top of the screen - just listing the name(s) of those whose audio feed is currently being muxed and non-silent, with some delay not to make them disappear from the listing if they make a short pause (<2s or something like that) and not to make them appear just for a random one-off noise. There are almost never more than two of them, normally one, so you don't need a lot of screen estate. Those who have their audio turned on, but are not actually speaking, should not appear there - they should stay in the participants list.

This is because I am worried that in Bron's proposal you wouldn't easily tell those who are sending video but not speaking from those who are sending video and speaking, except by trying to look into their very small video and see if they move their mouth in sync with the English words being pronounced, which I tried to do a couple of times and wasn't easy. 

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