[APAC-Discuss] [PICISOC] Updates from Durban
chaitanyabd at gmail.com
Sat Jul 13 05:05:37 UTC 2013
I also found Adobe connect to be very effective - it handles lag,
disconnects and low bandwidth issues with ease - makes it overall a much
better experience. I know they've listed the "Virtual Meeting Room" under
"High Bandwidth" - but in use it consumes roughly 17-20kbps - and ping does
not affect/matter too much.
I encourage everyone to join on today, even if its only for a bit.
The link is at http://durban47.icann.org/node/39561 - see you there!
On Sat, Jul 13, 2013 at 10:24 AM, Salanieta Tamanikaiwaimaro <
salanieta.tamanikaiwaimaro at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear All,
> General Update
> Day 2 of the Africa DNS Forum starts at 9:00am which is in 2 hours of my
> sending this email. Remote streaming is available at the link I shared
> yesterday. It was great to see Chaitanya participate remotely and have his
> questions answered. So far, the generosity of the South African hospitality
> is really awesome.
> Today, there will be a session on Registrar Accreditation Agreement and
> diverse speakers. People are still arriving into Durban for the ICANN 47
> and preparatory meetings have started for some. Will post the link for
> streaming or to see meeting schedules.
> Last night, we went to this African Dinner and watched a promotional video
> by Africa.com that is up on You Tube, see:
> The ATRT2 also had their dinner last night at Mojo Restaurant at the U
> Shaka Marine World.
> I am not sure whether they (Africa.com)are bidding for .africa
> The movie shows an interesting perspective of Africa that contradicts what
> is usually broadcasted. My favorite bit was Kenya being Africa's Silicon
> Valley. It is a powerful piece about the desire of a people to determine
> the course of their own destiny.
> It was also great to meet Andrew R from Solomon Telekom at Durban domestic
> Airport and David Conrad and others in Durban. We were on the same flight
> but did not know that was him. Congratulations to all the Fellows and this
> particular ICANN meeting promises to be doubly interesting.
> I would encourage people to stream into sessions that interest them and
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