[Israel.pm] Monthly OSDC meetings in the morning hours?

Roey Almog (Infoneto Ltd) almog at infoneto.co.il
Thu Jun 4 02:08:51 PDT 2009


What I thought about something like VNC that shows the presenter computer screen

it transfer it to all the participants so every one can see both
slides and demos (a screen cast)

the thing is that the upload in Israel is slow so we need a server to
distribute the screen cast

The other part is a way to display participants and enable voip with
recording of both sounds and screen cast so we can keep
every meeting

Unless something like this exists I think this is an open source project for us

any one else interested ?


On Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 11:10 AM, Offer Kaye <offer.kaye at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 3, 2009 at 2:50 PM, Roey Almog (Infoneto Ltd) wrote:
> > Too much to do in 24hours
> >
> > Maybe online free conference ?
> >
> > We all tech people so it is kind of obvious, no ?
> >
> > We need some kind online computer display that the presnter will use
> > to display slide, demos etc to all the participants and fullduplex
> > voip so every body can talk at onece...
> >
> > May be some kind of virual sits with name that light when one you talk.
> >
> Both TeamSpeak and Ventrilo support large number of participants
> talking using VOIP and their display will show you who is talking at a
> given moment. I don't think however you really want *everybody* to
> talk at the same time, just like a face-to-face meeting that means it
> is hard to hear anyone :)
> However hosted TS/Vent servers cost money, so your "free online
> conference" will not be so free...
> If you limit the group to 10 people I think Skype supports conference
> calls for up to 10 people, and Skype is free. However I seem to recall
> some Perl monger meetings with over 10 people, and adding people/talks
> from other languages would probably mean this limit  would be too
> restrictive.
> As for interactive slides, that should be much easier. At least for
> slides, there is more than one solution out there, e.g. Google Docs
> allows you to share a presentation with other people as both
> contributors and viewers.
> Interactive demos I am not sure about, I guess it depends on what you
> are talking about - demo-ing Perl (or Ruby or Python) command-line
> applications is probably different problem from demo-ing some
> web-based technology, e.g. a JavaScript or AJAX demo. I'm guessing you
> would have to solve this on a case-by-case basis.
> Regards,
> --
> Offer Kaye
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