Le 2011-06-15 18:51, Bernhard Dippold a écrit :
If I read the documentation right, Mumble only provides audio
conferences, but no shared documents. As these are important for the
design team, I'd probably stay with OpenMeetings.
Thanks for your work, Alex!
Mumble does offer the user to play a bit with the settings on latency.
This may help out where there are many people in the discussion. I did
find that if I was going back and forth from Mumble to my Firefox (wiki
page or LibO) to check on data, that the voice became choppy and at time
totally broken up. But, Mumble is made for gamers and is made for
uninterrupted voice communications between large groups of individuals,
so for some LibO groups, this option may be the best option for meetings.
OpenMeetings makes use of Java and Flash. I played with it a bit and it
crashed my Firefox a couple of times -- I am not sure which was the
culprit, but as Craig Olofson mentioned in one of our correspondence,
Flash is most likely the reason. If it crashes different members at
random times, it could be enough to throw off the meeting. We should get
a team of 5-6 people to meet and to test it out to see how robust it is.
I do find at times the re-draws a little laggy. But, it is still cool to
be able to use all f these tools at the same time.
Re: meeting and average number of participants. I have been at all
meetings with the marketing team as well as all NA Community meetings
and there are usually 5 or less participants. Only a couple of times
were there any more than 5-6 and even then some were just there to
listen in. I am not sure how many people have sat in on design
conferences. Have there been any design conferences?
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