[AG-TECH] conference: was newbie questions
Jennifer Teig von Hoffman
jtvh at bu.edu
Tue Sep 4 12:59:04 CDT 2001
I've replied to your personal email as well, but will repeat here (and
expand a bit) for the benefit of others on ag-tech:
The Production Institute is an event for staff involved in the planning
and support of SC Global, including Producers, Technical Directors,
speakers, and masters of ceremony (MCs). It is assumed that all
participating sites have reasonably well debugged AG nodes, and that the
participants have a fairly good understanding of AG technologies with
regard to their personal responsibilities during SC Global (in other
words, technical directors should *really* know how the AG works,
producers should have a general understanding, speakers and MCs actually
don't need to know much at all at this point).
The talks and trainings during the Production Institute will focus on how
to effectively support the SC Global event (during the sessions for
Producers and Technical Directors), and how to communicate effectively
over the AG (during the sessions for speakers and MCs).
[And a brief aside to the folks at SC Global constellation sites: y'all
didn't forget you need to RSVP for the sessions you plan to attend, right?
On Mon, 3 Sep 2001, Sue Rogers wrote:
> Thanks for the responses on the conference which I now know is:
> I've emailed Jennifer as it looks like four talks repeated over one week so
> without an Access Grid node of my own, I'd only need to sit on the talks
> once-each at an up-and-running node, eg Manchester.
> I've emailed Jennifer to ask if the talks are aimed at people like me (ie
> person who installs and configures equipment but has no further involvement
> with project) or aimed at the node users, in which case I won't be going.
> Sue Rogers, Technical User Support, Computing Service, University of
> Cambridge, New Museums Site, Pembroke Street, Cambridge CB2 3QG.
> Tel: 01223 335477 Fax: 01223 334679
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