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[ale] LTC LUG NUTs wants to become a Satellite group of ALE



Great idea Jim and maybe you could present on getting is running on both
ends?
GC


On Thu, Jun 10, 2010 at 1:27 PM, Jim Kinney <jim.kinney at gmail.com> wrote:

> I vote to TRY eikiga once before falling into the closed-source bottomless
> pit of doom and despair.
>
>
> On Thu, Jun 10, 2010 at 1:48 PM, jrtroberts <jrtroberts at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>>  Having just spoken to Aaron Ruscetta about this idea, we have concluded
>> it may be worthwhile to try Skype.  Skype does provide for both audio and
>> video streams, video only need be in one direction with Skype.  I will not
>> claim that the qaulity of the stream, ie the picture resolution or sound
>> quality or frame rate, will be as high as they may be with other
>> applications, but it is free to use and fairly easy to setup.
>>
>> I have also seen information on the net that VLC may be an option.
>> Further research and experimentation will be needed before we can say for
>> sure what method we will use, but I am confident that between the two groups
>> we can figure something out.
>>
>> Joshua Roberts
>> Founder LTC LUG NUTs
>>
>>
>> Greg Freemyer wrote:
>>
>> My church does live streaming video out to the Internet of their 11am
>> service (Northpoint Church (or Mega-church if you prefer)).
>>
>> I don't know what tools they use, but surely if a Church can do it, we can!
>>
>> (Admittedly, they are a pretty high tech church with lots of funds to
>> work with.)
>>
>> Greg
>>
>> On Thu, Jun 10, 2010 at 7:22 AM, jrtroberts <jrtroberts at gmail.com> <jrtroberts at gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>
>>  In our last meeting, we LUG NUTters, decided that we would like to
>> pursue the potential that lies inside of ALE.  We would like to do this
>> by becoming a satellite group of ALE.
>>
>> Besides getting our members on to the list serve, we would like to know
>> what our other options are concerning the site and its uses.
>>
>> We would also like to know if it would be possible for us to get a
>> 'Virtual Chair' inside your meetings, allowing the LUG NUTs group to be
>> present during the ALE meetings.  What is the potential for us to get an
>> interactive stream of your meetings into our college via the internet
>> and a small number of applications running in Linux?
>> We are hoping this will increase the meeting attendance for both groups
>> as many people live or work in the Alpharetta/Cumming area and may not
>> be able to make the commute on that one Lone Thursday each month down to
>> Atlanta to be a part of ALE.
>> Hopefully we can work something out.
>>
>> Thank you all again for you support.
>>
>> Joshua Roberts
>> Founder of LTC LUG NUTs
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