Re: [76attendees] realtime scripting...

Ray Pelletier <rpelletier@isoc.org> Thu, 12 November 2009 09:52 UTC

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On Nov 12, 2009, at 4:40 AM, Samuel Weiler wrote:

> On Thu, 12 Nov 2009, Ray Pelletier wrote:
>
>> Do others see value?  And why?  How is it helpful?
>
> I do.  I find it easier to assimilate the presentation when I have  
> the option to go back and reread the bit that I wasn't paying enough  
> attention to or which confused me.  Accordingly, more lines of  
> history shown on the screen would be better.
>
> Will the transcript be made available after?

Arrangements have been made for the transcript to be available to the  
IAB immediately after the Plenary.

>  (I hope so.)  And is it available via jabber or somewuch for remote  
> participants?  (I hope so.)

Hmmm. we tried this in the past (2+ years ago) and it turns out that  
was a bit more difficult to accomplish. It was transmitted at first 1  
character at a time, then it was in bursts of words not like we see it  
in the room.  There needs to be some coding done.  The original effort  
was contributed by NeuStar.

If this experiment has value and is continued, perhaps we could get a  
volunteer to work on this effort.

Ray

>
> -- Sam