Web pages updated; please help me review them

Michael Sattler (msattler@jungle.com)
Thu, 9 Feb 1995 18:24:26 -0500


Due to the many new questions the list has received lately, plus getting a
bit more sleep (per Borre's suggestion), I've completely re-organized my
CU-SeeMe web pages:

http://www.jungle.com/msattler/sci-tech/comp/CU-SeeMe/

and created a new overview page devoted to Computer Audio and Video:

http://www.indstate.edu/msattler/sci-tech/comp/av/

The latter page has pointers to the former, plus a new set of
(just-started) pages devoted to Apple QuickTime Conferencing.

Why am I sending this mesage out to you all? Because I'd like your
comments on what's wrong, what's missing, what's incomplete, and so on.
Now that Detail Magazine's story about CU-SeeMe is alleged to have hit the
newsstands we can expect a lot more traffic.

I'm still tracking down information about the current state of CU-SeeMe,
various flavors of the VideoSpigot board, and PAL. I'm also trying to get
a handle on what Europeans call different bandwidth connections, like the
American T-1, etc. (In fact, I'm still trying to figure out what the max
capability of our T-* connections are.)

Of specific interest are questions that you think tyros will ask (along
with some answers). One person says he'll pass on something he's writing
up about MBONE, nv, VAT, etc., but the more the merrier. What else belong
in those web pages?

I haven't incorporated the Mac CU-SeeMe version 8.* notes into the User's
Guide, and I allude to the audio capability of the PC version, but what
else?}

Thank you all for reading this far, and for helping to make these web pages
as useful a resource as possible.

Michael

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