Do any of you consider CU-SeeMe an "Internet service?" If so, how do you
handle software distribution and updates, documentation, training, and
hotline support -- to say nothing of the impact on your campus backbone?
Here at Penn, we still consider CU-SeeMe a "promising prototype for
aggressive users" rather than "an Internet service." A few of us *use*
CU-SeeMe as an occasional adjunct to phone conferences or as a combined
voice/video medium (when end-to-end bandwidth permits), but all other use
-- by I would guess 6 people with cameras and ? without -- is "demo" only.
We do promote it on our demo kiosk and we run a 24x7 reflector, but it's
-- Daniel A. Updegrove University of Pennsylvania Associate Vice Provost 3401 Walnut, Suite 221A Information Systems and Computing Phila, PA 19104-6228 Executive Director 215 898-2883 Data Communications & Computing Service fax 898-9348