[OAUTH-WG] Queue for oauth Remote Attendees

Alexa Morris <amorris@amsl.com> Thu, 05 November 2015 06:17 UTC

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If you are planning to participate in the oauth session here at IETF 94 today — either locally in Yokohama or as a remote participant — we want to make sure that you are aware that the IETF is providing remote participants with a fairly new way to ask questions or make comments. In addition to using the Jabber room, for the oauth session there is also the opportunity for remote participants to enter a virtual queue and ask questions directly into the meeting room. 

This experimental queue was used in several sessions at IETF 92 and IETF 93, so you may have already seen it in action. There will be two queues for the oauth session — a virtual queue and an actual (in-room) queue. Remote attendees will log into the Meetecho platform and will have a virtual mic line that they can enter if they have a question or comment. In-room participants will continue to use normal mic lines. 

Instructions for remote participants are at http://ietf94.conf.meetecho.com/index.php/Remote_Participation. 

Information on how to join the Meetecho session is at http://ietf94.conf.meetecho.com/.

Verify that you are WebRTC compliant (required to use the virtual queue) by performing a self-test here: http://ietf94.conf.meetecho.com/index.php/Self_Test. 


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