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Re: [ga] Tentative Agenda, General Assembly Meeting, Santiago, Chile, FACEA, Aug, 24, 14:00-20:00

The IRC server is bcis.law.harvard.edu, port 6667, group #ICANN-Santiago.
But there's no discussion there yet, and there shouldn't be until the first
remote participation-enabled meeting starts on Tuesday afternoon, so it
won't be too exciting to go there in advance...

Those of you not familiar with IRC need not worry so long as you have recent
web browsers with JAVA enabled; the JAVA client will be quite adequate, I
believe, and while some may prefer separate IRC clients, you'll be at no
great disadvantage if you use the standard JAVA Chat system.

Ben Edelman
Berkman Center for Internet and Society
Harvard Law School

Mark C. Langston <skritch@home.com> wrote in message
> On 19 August 1999, "Dr. Nii N. Quaynor" <quaynor@ghana.com> wrote:
> > The live audio and video feeds will require the RealPlayer 5.0
> >or later and a 14.4 Kbps or faster connection.  The realtime chat will
> >require a JAVA-capable browser (IE or Netscape 3.0 or later) or a
> >separate IRC client.
> What is the address and port(s) for the IRC server?
> --
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