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Re: Web Conferencing
There are a number of types of 'conferences' I have seen:
BioMoo - A MUD (Multi-User Dungeon) turned into a Biology
University, where you can have discussions,
conferences and classrooms.
(Live conferences, no archive/history of live
Discuss - http://www.chem.hope.edu/discus/
* Enables longer term discussions, not real time/live
There are also other methods that we have used for years with
various success, including on-line whiteboards.
What would be included will depend on:
1. What you mean by 'conferenceing software'
2. If you really mean 'Web' (ie. via netscape, etc.), or
if you mean Internet software. (ie. any software that
uses a client-server model for discussions. Which
there are many GUI Unix programs for this.)
> searched seul.org website but got nothing on this subject
> Has anyone put together any research on what's available for
> Web Conferencing software?
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