krb-wg @ IETF62 - Please Participate
jhutz at cmu.edu
Tue Mar 8 16:21:38 EST 2005
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The Kerberos WG meeting will occur this Wednesday, 9:00-11:30 Central time.
I would like to encourage folks to participate in the meeting, even if you
are unable to attend in person. As usual, a Jabber chat room will be
available so that folks not present in person can follow along and
contribute. Information on joining the chat room is available at
In addition, there will be a one-way MP3 audio stream available, allowing
remote participants to hear everything that goes on during the meeting.
Information on the audio feed is appended to the end of this message. We
will be meeting in the 'Rochester' room, which is currently channel 7.
I will try to make the agenda and presentation slides available on the
working group web page at http://grand.central.org/krb-wg/ by the time the
meeting starts. To this end, and to help the meeting run more smoothly, I
would like to receive slides from all presenters by 10pm tonight (please
let me know if you need more time).
From: Joel Jaeggli <joelja at darkwing.uoregon.edu>
To: ietf at ietf.org
Subject: MP3 audio streaming for IETF 62
Date: Sun, 06 Mar 2005 06:04:33 -0800
Just to recap:
IETF 62 inagurates a new streaming effort. Instead of covering only two
rooms it is our intention to cover all eight. Instead of multicast video
delivery, unicast audio-only. It is our hope that this new effort will
provide more useful timely and accessible access to the proceedings of the
IETF as they happen. An internet draft decribing what the effort is
intended to do, and the efforts up to this point is available at:
Streams are delivered as 64Kb/s unicast-http-streamed mp3 audio, a popular
and relativly standard way to deliver internet radio. Most platforms
should have a client immediatly available (windows media player,
quicktime, real, winamp, vlc, mplayer, zinf etc) capable of playing back
Information on getting access to the streams is available from the
webpage located at:
Streaming begins March 7th 0900 CST 1500 GMT
Joel Jaeggli Unix Consulting joelja at darkwing.uoregon.edu
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