#248 who will lose audio when the presenter enables another speak

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Situation
Meeting in progress - 1 prenter P & 10 attendees A - J
PABC have audio - D requests audio & P grants audio TX to D.
Who loses audio Tx?
Who decides it?

Discussion

  • dimdim_uday

    dimdim_uday - 2007-01-11

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    As per discussion - a tooltip will explain to the presenter that someone has to lose audio before another attendee can get it.

     
  • dimdim_uday

    dimdim_uday - 2007-01-12
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  • dimdim_jay

    dimdim_jay - 2007-01-15

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    I think the presenter should decide who should loose the audio control. The presenter needs to disable audio from one of the attendees who currently has audio and only then enable it for another. Letting the system choose this on any basis will not be a good idea. What if the person is talking at the time. Now if the presenter wants to interrupt someone, thats fine. The meeting itself on its own shouldn't.

     
  • dimdim_jay

    dimdim_jay - 2007-01-15

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    I think the presenter should decide who should loose the audio control. The presenter needs to disable audio from one of the attendees who currently has audio and only then enable it for another. Letting the system choose this on any basis will not be a good idea. What if the person is talking at the time. Now if the presenter wants to interrupt someone, thats fine. The meeting itself on its own shouldn't.

     
  • dimdim_uday

    dimdim_uday - 2007-01-15

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    Agreed - presenter should have to make this decision. Any other approach will make it unusable.

     
  • dimdim_uday

    dimdim_uday - 2007-01-17
    • status: open --> closed-fixed
     

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