Re: [vmeet] Stockholm

Russ Housley <> Mon, 27 July 2009 06:02 UTC

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Only Dispatch and V6Ops have remote presenters that are going to use 
WebEx.  We hope to make more use of this capability in the future, 
but the needed technical information to connect to the meeting room 
system was not available to us before we got on site.  So, we are 
only going to focus on the two sessions that need to support remote presenters.


At 01:53 AM 7/27/2009, John Leslie wrote:
>    IETF75 is upon us!
>    I at least am committed to remote participation for IETF75: I have
>set aside the usual meeting hours, and will follow remote audio, jabber,
>and perhaps some Webex from my (Eastern Time Zone) office.
>    I know there was a commitment of some Webex during IETF75 by Cisco:
>last I heard it was intended to have "at least one room" enabled for
>"instant-on" Webex. (I have not heard anything about "which" room...)
>    IESG has pretty much shifted to Webex for their telechats. It makes
>it considerably easier to follow who's saying what, and the display of
>the current agenda item (such as ballot status) helps direct attention
>to the issue at hand.
>    There is, alas, more effort spent in chasing echo problems; and there
>may be more problems of dropping off the call (though the IP audio seems
>rock solid, it suffers multi-second delay, so most folks use dial-in).
>    I think it would be good to document remote-participation experiences
>at IETF75. What do others think?
>John Leslie <>
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