[openstack-dev] [nova][core] Expectations of core reviewers
rbryant at redhat.com
Thu Aug 14 14:19:08 UTC 2014
On 08/14/2014 10:04 AM, CARVER, PAUL wrote:
> Daniel P. Berrange [mailto:berrange at redhat.com] wrote:
>> Depending on the usage needs, I think Google hangouts is a quite useful
>> technology. For many-to-many session its limit of 10 participants can be
>> an issue, but for a few-to-many broadcast it could be practical. What I
>> find particularly appealing is the way it can live stream the session
>> over youtube which allows for unlimited number of viewers, as well as
>> being available offline for later catchup.
> I can't actually offer AT&T resources without getting some level of
> management approval first, but just for the sake of discussion here's
> some info about the telepresence system we use.
> ATS B2B Telepresence conferences can be conducted with an external company's
> Telepresence room(s), which subscribe to the AT&T Telepresence Solution,
> or a limited number of other Telepresence service provider's networks.
> Currently, the number of Telepresence rooms that can participate in a B2B
> conference is limited to a combined total of 20 rooms (19 of which can be
> AT&T rooms, depending on the number of remote endpoints included).
> We currently have B2B interconnect with over 100 companies and AT&T has
> telepresence rooms in many of our locations around the US and around
> the world. If other large OpenStack companies also have telepresence
> rooms that we could interconnect with I think it might be possible
> to get management agreement to hold a couple OpenStack meetups per
> Most of our rooms are best suited for 6 people, but I know of at least
> one 18 person telepresence room near me.
An ideal solution would allow attendees to join as individuals from
anywhere. A lot of contributors work from home. Is that sort of thing
compatible with your system?
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