This is an acceptable option for me:
Since I will be about an hour and a half away from where David is, it is likely that I can meet up with him.


-Donald


On 12/22/09 3:07 PM, Alexander Chemeris wrote:
Hi David,

We'll try to get it working. Video adds so much life ;)
I hope video won't be a problem on your side?

On Wed, Dec 23, 2009 at 01:55, David A. Burgess <dburgess@jcis.net> wrote:
  
Alexander -

That all sounds fine.

If video is going to be a hassle, I guess we can just drop it.

-- David


On Dec 22, 2009, at 10:51 AM, Alexander Chemeris wrote:

    
Hi David,

On Tue, Dec 22, 2009 at 20:37, David A. Burgess <dburgess@jcis.net>
wrote:
      
I think any of these are OK for me.  I just need a little advance
notice.
        
Will it work for you if we notify you at at Day 0 evening about
meeting
at Day 1?

      
My preference would just be for a meeting, not a lecture, but we
should have an agenda to make efficient use of the time.
        
I think we should start by short 2-min introductions of participants,
which should cover what's his interest in OpenBTS and what's his
involvement. Given there will be up to 5 people, it will take about
15min.
Then we can start discussing whatever we decide on. I can think
of following topics to discuss:
1) OpenBTS use-cases
2) legal issues
3) further development plans and missing features
4) pilot tests and hardware

What do you have in mind?

All, your suggestions?

      
Video would be a nice touch.
        
We'll try to not forget and take web-cam with us.
Yet, IIRC, Skype can do only 1-to-1 calls with video and can't do
conference calls. So if more people will want to join, they will have
to be connected separately using other laptop(s).

--
Regards,
Alexander Chemeris.
      

David A. Burgess
Kestrel Signal Processing, Inc.