Re: Alternative communication platform (was: Re: [tdf-discuss] Best time for Conference Calls)
Am Donnerstag, den 03.02.2011, 19:11 +0930 schrieb Michael Wheatland:
On Thu, Feb 3, 2011 at 3:44 AM, Christoph Noack <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Enough ranting ... you may remember that I talked about an open platform
that provides text, voice, video, whiteboard capabilities in different
virtual meeting rooms, and that (when the call has been finished) also
provides a downloadable video. It also provides (limited) managing of
people's schedules, so maybe we can give it a try - a test installation?
What do you think?
Project page & videos:
If this really would work, it would be a great resource for the whole
community, I think.
I think that any move to a well built open source product is very
progressive for our community.
Not sure if you have the time for this at the moment, I know that I am
snowed under with work so I am only just getting enough time to do a
little work on the current site.
Okay, understandable - same for me with the Design Team and its topics,
I love to work with / on.
If you want to setup a demonstration server I am sure there will be
people interested in trying it out for a time to evaluate the benefit
to the community.
Well, I think I trust Florian's comment that this might not be as urgent
as other things (I'm still delaying the FOSDEM talk preparation, grrr).
But since you asked whether the phone conference system is the single
one, I thought it might be helpful for the website guys.
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