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Re: [ecf-dev] Virtual Conferences

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Pete Mackie
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On Jul 27, 2009, at 10:46 AM, Scott Lewis wrote:

Another option with GotoMeeting is to use phone rather than voip...they (g2m) setup a conference bridge also for the meeting.  OR we can use the Eclipse Foundation conference bridge (along with the g2m screen sharing).

I'm open to whatever works best for most people/platforms.  I'm currently on the g2m trial period, and $50 a month is probably a little too steep for me to cover personally in the long term.  I'll ask EclipseSource if perhaps they would allow us to use one of the available groups.

But in any event, I would like to continue the discussion about what tech we can use for virtual conferences...if someone could try/evaluate Yugma and let others know I would appreciated it...I'm consumed with non-ECF work at the moment, but don't wish to hold anything up.

Scott