Re: [vmeet] Stockholm

"Wes Beebee (wbeebee)" <> Mon, 27 July 2009 14:39 UTC

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I'm presenting remotely in v6ops tomorrow.  Hopefully, these problems
will be worked out by the time I need to present.

- Wes 

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Subject: Re: [vmeet] Stockholm

On Mon, 2009-07-27 at 02:02 -0400, Russ Housley wrote:

> 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.

I was one of those remote presenters (the DISPATCH session).  I decided
to cancel my presentation rather than attempt it remotely.

This was only in part due to the difficulties in being remote, but they
were a factor: in particular, the total lack of information on how
remote participation would work, what I would need at my end, and the
fact that WebEx won't work from my normal Linux work environment.  I was
not able to find any information at all (despite repeated requests) on
how I could test anything in advance.

There were other contributing factors - I'm not blaming my decision to
cancel on the poor support for remote presentation, but it was very

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