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Re: [ontolog-forum] Disruptive squeal at our conference call today (2006

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From: Jack Park <jack.park@xxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 26 Oct 2006 14:29:43 -0700
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Nevertheless, the talk today was most informative and interesting. Many 
thanks for that!
Jack    (01)

Peter Yim wrote:
> Alll Ontolog Event participants,
> Sorry for starting late today (last week too) due to this disruptive squeal.
> Thank you, Chris, for the message, and for doing the test.
> I know (I've been among them) Skype used to work ... and this squeal
> has only started happening since our last conference call on Thu
> 19-Oct-2006 (prior to that, we've never has this kind of problem
> before.)
> I'd love to see others who has an insight, especially if you called
> in, and we had to ask you to hang up (sorry, we weren't trying to be
> rude), to share your experience with us, so that we can all learn what
> is ok and what isn't.
> In the mean time, l'll try to contact FreeConference.com to see if
> that actually something they are doing, and where are they heading
> with it. ... I'll let everyone know the outcome, and set further
> guidelines for future event call-in's.
> Regards.  =ppy
> --
> On 10/26/06, Christopher Menzel <cmenzel@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Peter,
>> I remembered that someone wrote to the Ontolog list and said that he
>> was going to try to dial via Skype.  On a hunch about the cause of
>> the horrid whistle that almost destroyed Pat's talk, I just tried
>> that myself.  Sure enough, the whistle started right up again.  I
>> ended the call immediately of course.  So that's your culprit --
>> obviously, Skype calls need to be banned.  Sorry for the disruption,
>> but there was no other easy way to prove the point.
>> -chris
>      (02)

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