darin at ucar.edu
Tue Oct 4 13:30:30 CDT 2005
That would be cool to check out! I don't believe there is a specific
limit to the number of participants in a venue. If there is a large
number, however, it does help if the participants limit the number of
video feeds they broadcast. It also helps (for a number of reasons) to
have "talk" turned off in RAT when not in use. If attendees are
mindful, there shouldn't be a problem.
On Oct 4, 2005, at 11:57 AM, mcelaya wrote:
> Looking for help on meeting capacity...
> John Hall of the University of Colorado has won the Nobel prize in
> physics and
> a news conference is scheduled to start at 1 pm mountain time. We
> would like
> to broadcast the conference over the access grid, but are worried about
> capacity. Is there a limit to the number of participants in a NCSA
> room like Landspout? Please reply as soon as possible. THanks!
> Michael Celaya
> EUV ERC Education/Outreach
> Colorado State University
> mcelaya at engr.colostate.edu
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