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Le 2011-06-23 06:18, David Nelson a écrit :

On Thu, Jun 23, 2011 at 5:35 PM, Bernhard Dippold
<>  wrote:
Marc Paré schrieb:
[...]  Maybe we could use Mumble or OpenMeetings. I favour Mumble
as it does demand of too many resources from the user end but if people
would rather use OpenMeetings then OK. Some NA Community members have
tested Mumble and it works great. We are going to try out OpenOffice next.
I think you want to try out OpenMeetings instead ;-)
My experience with OpenMeetings is that it is a great package but not
easy to set up (I have an instance on my own server - it was a
challenge to install). I suspect that Mumble will be an easier
solution to use, even if it does not have all the great features of
OpenMeetings. The only thing with Mumble is that it needs a special
client program to be installed on the conference attender's computer,
although it's not difficult to install.

David Nelson

Hi David,

Not sure about problems with the installation on server, but, we are fortunate that Alexander et al on the website list got it to work nicely.



Marc Paré

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