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.


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 <> 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 <>
I think any of these are OK for me.  I just need a little advance
Will it work for you if we notify you at at Day 0 evening about
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
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).

Alexander Chemeris.

David A. Burgess
Kestrel Signal Processing, Inc.