CU-SeeMe paper online & questions

Adam Arrowood (adam@bastille.oit.gatech.edu)
Wed, 19 Apr 1995 13:54:46 -0400 (EDT)


I have a favor and two questions to ask of anyone interested...

1) I am a student at Georgia Tech and last quarter for a final assignment in
one of my communications classes, I wrote a rather lengthy paper about
CU-SeeMe and some of the issues surrounding it. I have asked peers and
colleges here at Tech to read it and give me some feedback on my ideas, but
alas, no one has responded. So, I have put it (RTF->HTML) on a WWW page and
am asking anyone interested to take a look and email me any comments
(good or bad, I'll take anything). The address is:

http://bastille.gatech.edu/adam/cuseeme/paper/

Beware, ye of slow links, it has around 200k of inline images.

2) Question: What is the status of getting the QuickCam built-in mic to work
with CU-SeeMe? Are the developers planning to fix that in any of the next
few betas?

3) Has anyone done any actual traffic studies on just what kind of load
running a reflector places on the network on which the reflector resides?
If not, can any one tell me what ports on the machine would you want to
measure and what they are for (7648,7649,7650,7651)? (yeah, I know,
"Use the source, Luke..."). Where can I find/who can I correspond with to
get technical information about CU-SeeMe?

Any correspondence on the above three items is greatly appreciated!
-Adam

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