[vmeet] TOOL: Elluminate -- virtual meeting planned

Dave CROCKER <dhc@dcrocker.net> Tue, 12 May 2009 00:06 UTC

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Subject: [vmeet] TOOL: Elluminate -- virtual meeting planned
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Elluminate - <http://elluminate.com/>

They have a 'free for 3' service that Fred, Eliot and I experimented with a few 
weeks ago.  It seems to be an entirely credible product.

I've gotten Elluminate to authorize our having a larger session, for up to 25 
people, so that we can conduct a session on a par with what we did for Webex.

I'll propose a 2 hour session, 2 weeks from now.

      Initial suggestion:  Tuesday, 26 may, 7am pacific daylight time.

We should target a real session, trying to achieve real work, even though we are 
likely to have to devote a major portion to tutorial on the tool.

We can also consider a second session, a la the webex process, for folks to each 
get a turn at hosting with the tool.



   Dave Crocker
   Brandenburg InternetWorking