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Re: [tdf-discuss] Best time for Conference Calls


On Tue, Feb 1, 2011 at 3:06 AM, Florian Effenberger
<floeff@documentfoundation.org> wrote:
Hi,

Alexandro Colorado wrote on 2011-01-31 17.48:

I would suggest a more democratic and independent way to access the
resource. For IRC for example, you can just join in whenever of the day
you
wish to. I would recommend just launching the initiative with a set date
for
ASIA and whoever makes it, join in. The issue here is that most of the
infrastructure is very locked to the subscriber (Florian) as opposed to
IRC
which you can join without needing the admin to be present.

There is no easy solution unfortunately, except maybe having a
pre-registry
of the room. This will allow florian to send the information via email and
have it schedule to the regional group needs. Same thing will go for
America
where the US marketing group or others could do the same for their groups.

sadly, the room is indeed tie one account, so shared managing is not
possible. However, if someone pings me in time, I can happily give out
access credentials for people to dial-in.

Florian

Is Talkyoo a free service? This would allow others to establish
accounts and host calls.
The alternative is Skype, which I am a BIG fan of, which now supports
group calling.

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