Thread Subject: Re: Beyond the Calendar
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From: Bailey Bruce
Date: Wed, Oct 11 2006 7:30 AM
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>> I have high hopes for Jared's tool. (No pressure!)
> Please, no software development!
I have full faith and confidence in this task force identifying the most
pragmatic solution. I trust Jared to raise the white flag if a tool on
teitac.org is not practical.
> There are tools out there that already do this.
> The problem is, we don't seem able to approve
> anything or spend $10 a month on them.
The Board has reimbursed NCDAE for the domain registration costs. Other
incidental expenses are not out of the question.
>> And its [Zakim] use is optional.
> But that limits who can chair meetings in a
> way that makes me uncomfortable.
Andi wants to use it for her subcommittee. Not every subcommittee need
to use it. If Gregg can work out the details, I do not understand the
>> Or maybe if many people are using RCC,
>> that can work for queue management?
> This is why an integrated tool is best.
Are you talking about on-line (only) conferencing? Again, that is
possible, but I am not clear how we provide that at minimal cost and
keep it accessible (including real-time captioning).
>> I kind of assumed we were only "chartered" until then.
> I think we will need to manage whatever tools
> we use from now on.
You are almost certainly correct!
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