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Re: [webdesign-396] Skype and Distance participation

From: Nate K.
Sent on: Thursday, July 12, 2007 5:28 PM
Skype handle: nateklaiber

Have it on all my machines, can use my macbook at the meetup if necessary.

Quoting Bridget <[address removed]>:

> I have Skype installed already.  I've had it for a number of months   
> but never had the opportunity to actually use it.
>   ----- Original Message -----
>   From: Joseph James Frantz
>   To: [address removed]
>   Sent: Wednesday, July 11,[masked]:34 PM
>   Subject: [webdesign-396] Skype and Distance participation
>   Hello all!
>   Since several people cannot make it to some of our meetings, I got  
>  to thinking we could hook them up with Skype.­
>   I just got on it this past week thanks to the folks at Joomla! and  
>  I am hooked. You can do lots of neat things with it. I don't know  
> if  it has video chat, but it definitely has audio conferencing with  
> up  to 9 persons. If several of us that have laptops had Skype, we  
> could  all hook up a few folks in a conference. This way they could  
> still  participate. Skype also has text so one of us could pay  
> attention to  when a distant participant wants to raise her hand so  
> to speak.
>   There are a lot of possibilities with this. All 9 on one   
> computer..forming their own conversation with each other. Or a   
> couple on two or three different computers. As you know we tend to   
> break up into small groups of three or four. In this case each group  
>  of three or four could become a group of four or five, with a  
> couple  folks being on skype.
>   Also skype is available on Gnu/Linux, Mac and Windows. So no one   
> would be excluded.
>   If you already have skype, and you want, go ahead and post your   
> skype nick to your profile. Mine is Aoirthoir.
>   This would also be great for mini-skype meetups inbetween our main meetups.
>   Thanks kindly yall and best regards,
>   Joseph James Frantz
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