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[ale] [ANNC] ALE-NW @ SPSU MTG. for Thurs., Feb 13, 7:30pm



I've downloaded today for test purpose openmcu-ru windows binary and their
myphone3 app for windows ( expecting flames :)
 and seems to work out of box. Managed to get three of my home PCs
connected. There is Linux packages/sources as well.

http://openmcu.ru/eng.htm

Also tried to download test DVD with openmeetings project but my PC crashed
once and screw the md5. When I have more time I'll try again.

 http://sourceforge.net/projects/meetingslive/

some vmware images for test also ... newer versions

http://nightly.openmeetings.de/openmeetings/builds/vmware/

But I don't have idea what we are looking after as quality and features.


On Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 3:58 PM, Aaron Ruscetta <arxaaron at gmail.com> wrote:

> RE: Linux ETC BBB conference hosting
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> Spoke to Crawford, our Linux ETC contact, just the other day
> addressing another topic and we side lined into the issue of
> our BBB conferencing status.
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> We never really explored their offering due to the technical
> complexities and logistics required to properly and interactively
> broadcast (aka stream) our meetings -- really a lot of equipment,
> setup time and work that would have primarily fallen on me to
> make happen every month.  I rarely even get around to editing
> and packaging the talks I record as it is.
>
> If the Big Blue Button service provided recording support for the
> stream it MIGHT have seemed more worthwhile.  As it stands,
> Crawfird says that the main BBB development fork is stagnant,
> it only runs on Ubuntu 10.04 and really isn't worth their time and
> effort to support any more.
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> He recommended a commercially developed service using a fork
> of BBB called Meeting Burner...
> <http://www.meetingburner.com/index?page=features>
> ...but the free version still doesn't have recording and the
> front end equipment and setup issues are still a sticking point.
>
> in peace
> aaron
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> On Wed, Feb 12, 2014 at 5:39 PM, JD <jdp at algoloma.com> wrote:
> > On 02/12/2014 04:32 PM, Chuck Payne wrote:
> >> Won't it be awesome if we could use Google Hangout to have meetings
> >> when the weather is like it is today.
> >
> > I am personally a google-hater ... too much centralized data for my
> tastes.
> >
> > Linux-ETC did offer BBB-based conferencing a few years ago for ALE.
> Don't know
> > if they are still offering it or if someone would like to setup a server.
> >
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