[AT-Review] Question for us to action a reply / response to re recording and listening to our meetings (including teleconferences)

Fabio Colasanti fabio at colasanti.it
Tue Jun 15 05:21:46 UTC 2010

Dear all,


Given that the audio recording are eventually made available, allowing
people to listen in does not make a huge difference.


However, I have indicated many times, that I am not sure that broadcasting
everything we do is such a great idea.   We have accepted that the group
must have the possibility to have restricted sessions.   Broadcasting
everything would limit the way we interact.   And this will play a greater
role as we move to the important phase of discussing the recommendations.


I believe that the conference calls are very close to restricted sessions.
So far I do not remember any discussion that I would consider confidential,
but the case might arise.           Making available the audiorecording
afterwards allows the possibility of eliminating a part of the conference
call (perhaps indicating it).


I also suspect that allowing people to listen in would create additional
technical difficulties.




From: at-review-bounces at icann.org [mailto:at-review-bounces at icann.org] On
Behalf Of Cheryl Langdon-Orr
Sent: mardi 15 juin 2010 1:43
To: at-review at icann.org
Subject: [AT-Review] Question for us to action a reply / response to re
recording and listening to our meetings (including teleconferences)


Dear ATRT please see below a copy of chat from the ATRT Skype channel from
earlier today raising a question on telechats and audiocasts of our
meetings, by Avri Doria;  Can we respond/action before our Brussels meeting
please...  (BTW at the APrIGF at the moment in Hong Kong I may be slow in
responding to the Skype Channel so any one else should feel free to step in
and react to questions or matters raised there)...



[6:13:10 AM] doriavr: have any of the ATRT telechats been audicast or only
the face to face.

[7:07:19 AM] Cheryl Langdon-Orr: They should all have MP3's made and
available let me follow up


<small section of non ATRT cross chatter has been redacted from this
transcript> <CLO>


[8:10:06 AM] doriavr: what i was wondering is whethr it was possible for non
members to listen in live like we could when the mtg was fact to face?  and
if i am not supposed to ask on this list forgive me and let me know where i
should ask.

[8:11:04 AM] Cheryl Langdon-Orr: No Avri this list is thew right place for
such a question

[8:11:18 AM | Edited 8:11:46 AM] doriavr: it is getting so difficult these
days to know where one is allowed to talk, and where one is allowed to
listen and what we are allowed to know and what we are not allowed to know.

[8:11:19 AM] doriavr: thanks

[8:13:14 AM] Cheryl Langdon-Orr: The telephonic meetings have currently been
recorded but have not advertised dial in details for non RT Members to
attend I will raise this matter for you and could only envisage that should
we need to go 'in camera' at any point in a meeting we might have to make a
hard stop in the call to ensure we are in camera  but as I say happy to
raise the matter

[8:23:17 AM] doriavr: hi, the autiocast can be on another listen only
channel.  we obviously dont have the right to speak (even i accept that)
but the chat mechanisms will be far more useful if we know what is being
said in realtime.  thanks for considering it.

[9:17:35 AM] Cheryl Langdon-Orr: Indeed!


Cheryl Langdon-Orr

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