BBN has GoToMeeting , which could be used for SOCoP and INTEROP meetings.
It works well on Windows, Mac, and iPad, but not Linux. I believe it's limited
to 25 participants. The dial-in number is not toll-free. VoIP is available,
but generally inferior to dial-in. (02)
 http://www.gotomeeting.com/ (04)
On Dec 8, 2010, at 11:47 AM, Gary Berg-Cross wrote: (05)
> SOCoP's 3rd annual workshop is now over and most of the presentations
> have been placed on the Wiki. Thank everyone for making it a success
> and a special thank you to Lynn and Dalia for hosting us at USGS.
> Slides and preliminary notes for the Breakout sessions are also on the
> site and the SamePlaceAS demo video will be placed there as soon as
> Todd makes a few improvements.
> Our initial use of WebEx mostly successful and we are looking into
> using that or a similar technology to better open up monthly SOCoP
> meetings and also for sessions under the NSF INTEROP meetings. One
> issue with WebEx is that there is an App fee beyond the free 2 week
> period. The community may have experience with other Apps that
> provide desktop views, chat etc. If so we would like to hear about
> your experience and the pros and cons.
> One comparison of "remote desktop software" is available at:
> Gary Berg-Cross,Ph.D.
> SOCoP Executive Secretary
> Knowledge Strategies
> Semantic Technology
> Potomac, MD
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