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Re: Asterisk and Town Hall meeting

On Thu, 2008-03-20 at 15:17 -0500, Jeffrey Ollie wrote:
> On 3/18/08, Paul W. Frields <stickster gmail com> wrote:
> > The Fedora Board should be doing another "town hall" style meeting on
> >  Tuesday April 1.  (No fooling.)  In March we postponed plans until then
> >  to use Asterisk and Gstreamer to provide some sort of listening
> >  capability for community members.
> >
> >  (1) How is that going?
> There's been a little work done since my PoC.  Right now the big tasks are:
> 1) Getting FAS2 and Asterisk hooked up.  I've started some work on
> that and am waiting for some feedback from Ricky, Toshio, and Mike.
> 2) Getting a IRC bot set up so that people can control the streaming.
> Again, I've started some work in this area but nothing's ready yet.
> >  (2) Can we plan to use that solution for the April 1 meeting?
> I wouldn't count on it.  I'd prefer to have some smaller-scale
> tests/demonstrations scheduled to work the kinks out before a
> full-scale town meeting.  It'd also be nice to get flumotion set up so
> that we can live webcast the next fudcon.
> >  (3) If not, how can we schedule so as not to crunch the team around the
> >  F9 release timetable?
> jsmith and myself aren't that involved with the F9 release, so that
> shouldn't be a problem.

Jeff, thanks for the update.  There's a ticket on this issue, into which
I'll paste a link to this message.  I've advised FAB that we should
probably plan on IRC meetings for the near term.  I'll revisit this
post-F9 just to see if there's a timetable at that point.

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