Re: [76attendees] RFID

"Spencer Dawkins" <spencer@wonderhamster.org> Tue, 10 November 2009 12:38 UTC

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Sam,

> On a more practical note, while the speaker name display is useful in the 
> room (esp. for scribes), I've seen people tend away from announcing 
> themselves verbally , which makes things trickier for those listening to 
> the audio stream (or the audio archive).

Your mileage may vary, but I can't remember a meeting where more than half 
the people consistently announced themselves at the mike - I used to stop 
people and ask (as chair) but decided that was just being obnoxious.

What would be helpful would be putting this information in Jabber when a tag 
is swiped - that's about half of what many jabber scribes do, and it's 
pretty close to being automated. Nice.

I should also mention that it's nice (as note-taker) to not have to crank my 
head around looking for faces when I don't recognize voices - I can keep my 
eyes forward where my laptop is.

Spencer