|Subject: Re: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] global voice chat|
|From: anya |
|Date: Mon, 10 Oct 2011 17:09:02 -0500|
peter help me!!!On Mon, Oct 10, 2011 at 6:01 PM, Peter Harris <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Just a quick note… I’ve installed the PC-laptop version of the app and the droid version it works great,
It could be very useful for a virtual GA or for those that can’t physically attend work group meetings.
If anyone needs assistance installing the app I’ll be happy to help!
we are currently negotiating with the affinity group that owns occupywallst.org- there have been severe miscommunications to this point as to what the working relationship entailed, they are now being spelled out more concretely.hopefully in the very near future the internet working group will have full control over the site, i will keep you all posted on the progress.
On Mon, Oct 10, 2011 at 5:11 PM, Peter Harris <email@example.com> wrote:
Anya, I’m currently in Boston so I can go down and get someone there involved
so we now have a server with the voice chat system set up on it. we need to start using it -
i think that getting in touch with all MEDIA TEAMS around occupied locations will be the right way to do it... i only don't know how.
any ideas on what would be the more efficient way for circulating this info?
also, who is in charge of occupywallst.org? it will be good to post it there because if we (different cities) will start connecting via this chat it will drastically increase the ease of communication and will introduce all internet community that is in support of us into a direct dialogue.
for now, the info about it is here : www.occupyglobal.net
It will be good if someone can come to the chat to test some functions also - and i assume we will need couple volunteers to be granted an admin access to look over it.
i will be there all the time, so you can just pop-in any moment.
I think that the sooner we start using this chat the better our global coordination will be, i feel that it is really time sensitive with the amount of pressure the mass media gives us over "disorganization".
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