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Re: [ecf-dev] Virtual Conferences

Adobe ConnectNow is great but does not support screen sharing on LInux. -ted

On Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 11:24 AM, Pete Mackie<pete@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> You should look at Adobe Connect Now:
> http://www.adobe.com/acom/connectnow/
> Adobe Connect Now: Its free for 3 people (including host) and $15 / month
> ($12.50 / month annual) for 5 simultaneous users.
> For the free Adobe Connect Now, you sign of for a free Acrobat.com account:
> http://www.adobe.com/acom/
> Go to the above link for other services provided by your free Acrobat.com
> account;
> - Share
> - Buzzword
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> - Create PDF
> - Adobe Connect now
>
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>
> Pete Mackie
> -----------------------------
> 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
>
>
>
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 -Ted