[AG-TECH] New venues

Rick Stevens stevens at mcs.anl.gov
Mon Apr 22 17:08:07 CDT 2002

I think this is a good idea.. also I hope that we can find some way to
keep tracking the number of AG meetings with the new system.  So we can
keep telling our funding sponsors about the impact of the AG. We have been
using the scheduling process to gather that information but we need to
adjust to pulling date from the Venue server somehow.

On Mon, 22 Apr 2002, Robert Olson wrote:

> At 08:04 AM 4/22/2002 -0600, Don Morton wrote:
> >I'm kind of thinking that, in many respects, this could
> >almost completely remove the need for scheduling venues,
> >making life easier for everybody.  It seems now like
> >more of a matter of saying, "your place or mine?" when
> >one tries to coordinate an event.
> >
> >I've noticed some folks still trying to schedule a venue
> >and think it might take a little more of a formal announcement
> >to convince everybody that, in most cases, maybe you don't
> >need to schedule anymore :) :)
> >
> >Thanks again, Bob - what a brainstorm! :)
> You're welcome, I'm pleased that people think this is a good idea.
> I have been pondering a slight extension to this (another small stopgap 
> measure until we get the new services-based venues software online) where 
> the site corresponding to a venue could provide a URL to the venue server. 
> In the page corresponding to that URL the site would place a list of vv 
> usernames or email addresses; the venue server would treat that list as an 
> ACL for limiting access to the space.
> Do folks think this would be useful / used ?
> --bob

More information about the ag-tech mailing list