On 3/18/08, Paul W. Frields <stickster(a)gmail.com> wrote:
The Fedora Board should be doing another "town hall" style
Tuesday April 1. (No fooling.) In March we postponed plans until then
to use Asterisk and Gstreamer to provide some sort of listening
capability for community members.
(1) How is that going?
There's been a little work done since my PoC. Right now the big tasks are:
1) Getting FAS2 and Asterisk hooked up. I've started some work on
that and am waiting for some feedback from Ricky, Toshio, and Mike.
2) Getting a IRC bot set up so that people can control the streaming.
Again, I've started some work in this area but nothing's ready yet.
(2) Can we plan to use that solution for the April 1 meeting?
I wouldn't count on it. I'd prefer to have some smaller-scale
tests/demonstrations scheduled to work the kinks out before a
full-scale town meeting. It'd also be nice to get flumotion set up so
that we can live webcast the next fudcon.
(3) If not, how can we schedule so as not to crunch the team around
F9 release timetable?
jsmith and myself aren't that involved with the F9 release, so that
shouldn't be a problem.