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Infinity Linden <infinity@lindenlab.com> Fri, 25 September 2009 01:11 UTC

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From: Infinity Linden <infinity@lindenlab.com>;
To: Carlo Wood <carlo@alinoe.com>;
Date: Thu, 24 Sep 2009 18:09:35 -0700
Subject: Re: [ogpx] VWRAP working group charter update

hmm... carlo... for a second i was thinking you were saying "let's
never do another f2f meeting again. let's do everything virtually!"

but that's not what you're saying, right?

i can totally get behind the statement, "in addition to f2f meetings,
we should also have meetings in the virtual world."

further, i think they should rotate between different grid operators:
linden, OSGrid, etc. i mean, this _is_ an interoperability spec.

i believe the IETF has the requirement that only people who have
asserted they have read and understood the IPR policy / Note Well
notice are supposed to be at "official" IETF meetings. in SL, we would
create a group, then make group membership dependent on confirming
you've read the notewell and then limit parcel access to members only.
i haven't ever tried to do that with opensim, but i'm guessing the
capability is there.

-cheers
-meadhbh

On Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 5:16 PM, Carlo Wood <carlo@alinoe.com>; wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 07:38:40PM -0400, David W Levine wrote:
>> As yet, none of the virtual meeting spaces or tools fully capture the
>> simple power of people sharing a whiteboard in a physical room. The
>> fluidity of interaction (especially in terms of casual diagram scribbling)
>> is a seriously challenging use case.
>
> Agreed, but also that can be done online. In fact, I already do (did)
> that online with friends sometimes that I meet in-world on SL in parallel
> of "meeting" on a website with a whiteboard (were everyone can draw arbitrary
> multi-color things in some white rectangle).
>
> On other occassions I've had discussions involving complex mathematical
> formula's, where yet another website was used that allows people to
> "draw" formulas (paste LaTeX)...
>
> One would think that at this day and age the technology does exist,
> and since it's certainly a LOT cheaper it amazes me that there aren't
> complete packages to allow online meetings with all the benefits of
> a real life meeting. I can't imagine that such a package would cost
> more than a trip to Hirosima, and it would be a one-time purchase.
>
> --
> Carlo Wood <carlo@alinoe.com>;
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