Re: [ga] Re: [announce] NC telecon 16 August 2001 - agenda
Vany and all assembly members,
Nilda Vany Martinez Grajales wrote:
> On Wed, 1 Aug 2001, Roeland Meyer wrote:
> > Since DNSO funding comes from ICANN, DNSO doesn't have it, but ICANN does.
> ICANN doesn't funds DNSO. DNSO funds comes from constituencies and more
> recently, an iniciative of Voluntary Funds has being launched (hope DNSO
> can get donations)
Still waiting on a routing number of electronic transfer of funds safely.
I requested that information over two months ago now. Still no answer.
So I must than assume that the account in question for the DNSO GA
is not a safe account by which to make contribution and have therefore
informed our members of such.
> > Since video conferncing is one of those things where costs scale up with
> > service, there may be an issue here. But, ICANN doesn't have to pay union
> > scale, so what's the problem? Any video is better than no video.
> I though we was talking about audio only. Have you ever realized that
> sometimes members of Names Council, at the time of the meeting, not always
> are they in their office where they can use their computers to engage in a
Micro cams for Video conferencing at home are extremely cheap.
ubid.com and Ebay.com have auctions of them frequently.
> Many of them use the telephone, for example.
> But you are right, ICANN neither DNSO, neither constituencies has to
> search expensive services for videoconference. There are tools that are
> free for use to make videoconference.
Indeed you are right here! I made this available to the first ICANN Meeting
in boston and two subsequent ICANn meeting after that. No response.
> The Non-Commercial Constituency has
> being using VRVS and succesfully setted it up in Melbourne and Stockholm
> meetings ( http://www.vrvs.org ). Maybe you want to take a look to it and
> contribute with more ideas.
It is pretty good. The problems is no MCU interface, which slows or
disrupts some transmissions to some areas. Newer versions of Netscape
or IE browsers are prohibited. And no Quicktime interface support...
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