Systems Team Provides Audio Broadcast of W3C Technical Plenary Day

One Wednesday November 7th we provided an experimental audio broadcast of W3C’s Technical Plenary Day. We used icecast as the streaming server and broadcast in Ogg Vorbis providing some help links on getting Ogg Vorgis codecs working various clients and had an embedded Java applet Ogg client available as well. We will be making audio recordings available shortly along with transcript.

One Response to Systems Team Provides Audio Broadcast of W3C Technical Plenary Day

  1. We did not get an abundance of listeners to this stream probably because we did not promote it heavily as we are still uncertain of our capacity. However we had a very impressive geographic spread of listeners. We plan to be broadcasting more events in the future and will be making the recordings available. Feedback welcome. There were some audio issues in the morning session that were out of our control.

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