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Re: [ecf-dev] ECF conference call - Monday Dec 14 1600 UTC/8am pacific

cross platform is the problem, but there are solutions for screen
sharing that are free for windows and Mac. It's getting Linux into the
mix that is difficult.

I use Abobe ConnectNow (the free version) but it does not allow more
than 3 users. Windows and Mac work well. Good for one on one stuff.

With DImDim you can conference up to 20 users (free). I've seen it
work with Windows and Mac but not Linux.

On Mon, Dec 14, 2009 at 1:39 PM, Scott Lewis <slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Wim,
> Does the EF have toll-free numbers for Belgium and Netherlands?  You can
> consult with emo@xxxxxxxxxxx (Anne Jacko) to find out.  If they do, then I
> will add the info to the wiki page.
> If they do not, then I'm open to any solution that
> 1) Allows as many as possible to participate for as little as possible
> 2) Doesn't involve me paying for conference call fees out of my own pocket
> RE: VoIP and whiteboarding...yes, I would like to have a no-cost (or
> something paid for by someone else) VoIP and whiteboarding...with screen
> sharing capability, but I haven't been able to find such a beast that we can
> use cross platform (and the EF isn't making such a thing available AFAIK).
>  If others have access to such a thing or can find something that works
> consistently then I'll be all over (please just point it out to me).  Short
> of that, I think some regular meeting via the conference bridge would be
> better than nothing.
> Also, BTW...there's a long-standing ECF enhancement to add screen-sharing
> based upon VNC (which would be/is straightforward technically...especially
> given that VNC client-as-OSGi bundles already exists in the DSDP tools for
> moble linux project.  See
> In any case...I'm open to whatever other options can be identified that
> satisfy 1 and 2 above.
> Scott
> Wim Jongman wrote:
>> Belgium and the Netherlands are not in there
>>    the wiki page is now correct, and has toll-free numbers for access
>>    from most (all?) of the countries where our committers are.
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