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Re: Remote participation at TTWF Seoul?

From: Daniel Davis <ddavis@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 01 Apr 2014 22:57:26 +0900
Message-ID: <533AC5C6.4000600@w3.org>
To: "SULLIVAN, BRYAN L" <bs3131@att.com>
CC: "'hollobit@etri.re.kr'" <hollobit@etri.re.kr>, "HU, BIN" <bh526r@att.com>, "'public-testtwf-planning@w3.org'" <public-testtwf-planning@w3.org>
Hi Bryan,

Thank you very much for suggesting this and offering to help.
I've forwarded it to one of the organisers to hopefully make it a
reality. There's also due to be a link-up with a smaller TTWF meetup in
Tokyo at the same time, so I wondered whether we could put both remote
groups in a single call, e.g. with something like https://appear.in

Anyway, I'll wait to hear back from the organisers.

With regards,
Daniel

On 29/03/14 02:13, SULLIVAN, BRYAN L wrote:
> Hi Jonathan and Daniel,
> 
>  
> 
> We are starting to build an internal community to support TTWF, and
> would like to see if there are any remote participation options for the
> upcoming event in Seoul. Here is what we were thinking about:
> 
> ·         Minimally, participating via IRC with a US-local conference
> bridge for remote attendees
> 
> o   For desktop conferencing and audio we will use our AT&T Connect
> system (no logistical overhead for W3C)
> 
> o   We will act as a  “virtual table” at the event, with one or more
> lead “shepherds” as in the real event
> 
> o   We will define a particular focus for our participation e.g. Web&TV,
> WebMob, WebRTC use cases as is our priority
> 
> o   We will ask questions via IRC if someone can repeat them for us at
> the event presentation sessions
> 
> ·         Optimally, a 1-way audio feed from the presentation sessions
> and pre-publication of the slides (or last-minute delivery to us, so we
> can follow along without a desktop conferencing link)
> 
> o   To avoid the cost/complication of connecting up to the site’s phone
> system (if an issue), this can be as simple as a Skype-enabled device,
> e.g. iPad, sitting on the stage and picking up the stage audio, and
> connected to a Zakim over VOIP. This method has worked quite well for me
> in the past.
> 
> ·         The dream: two-way audio and one-way video during the
> presentation sessions
> 
>  
> 
> Bin is putting together training materials etc for us covering the whole
> range of why and how internal orgs should get engaged with TTWF, and I
> think this will be useful to other large companies that might want to
> replicate this strategy promoting internal engagement. A key aspect will
> be how to optimize costs and keep people engaged remotely in as many
> public events as possible, beyond the internal events we plan to organize.
> 
>  
> 
> Looking forward to any clarification on possibility/options for the
> goals above.
> 
>  
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Bryan Sullivan | Service Standards | AT&T
> 
>  
> 
Received on Tuesday, 1 April 2014 13:58:01 UTC

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