[aklug] aklug Digest, Vol 12, Issue 5
jhaustin at gmail.com
Tue Dec 5 15:27:01 AKST 2017
On Tue, Dec 5, 2017 at 2:20 PM, Ryan Mooney <ryan at texrus.com> wrote:
> Christopher, and Jeremy: I would be happy to setup a messaging/conference
> server. I have setup multiple Openfire systems in the past (
> https://www.igniterealtime.org/projects/openfire/). It has always been a
> reliable solution for me for IM and one-to-one video chat. I am not really
> sure how many I can load up on the system for Video, as I have never pushed
> that too hard before. Could be a fun experiment.
> Greg: If you have a more convenient day, please let me know. The reason I
> mentioned the 2nd Thursday of the month, I learned the following info as
> the VP of the Anchorage Chapter of the Association of IT Professionals
> (AITP, www.aitpalaska.org):
> 1. First week of the month tends to be difficult
> 2. Wednesdays tend to be booked up for many people (church groups, boy
> scouts, girl scouts, other professional organizations)
> 3. The Tex R Us conference room is booked on 2nd Tuesday of the month
> Beyond that, whatever day (or week #) is the best for us, I am happy with.
> (selfishly, I am out of town the first week of January, and I really want
> to be at this). 😊
Thanks for doing some leg work on this. I concur that Tuesdays or Thursdays
are best; Tuesday preferable for me.
Re: an RTC server, I am not familiar with openfire, but something that can
provide a hangouts-like experience and allow local presentation would be
nifty. Unfortunately the best encoders tend not to be OSS, so some bending
of the rules might be required.
I have one or two Anchorage-local contacts who might be interested in the
AV side; and I might be able to donate some equipment, so let me know if
you have a specific build in mind. I imagine archiving and remote
participation, desirable features in that order, after streaming.
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