I have some of the People's PBX concept in hacking working order up at:
http://openstreetmic.org/ and code here:
You dial-into one of the numbers from any phone, than many many people
can open the mobile optimized mp3 stream via:
It also does mp3 archiving.
I had multiple dial-in numbers available (can get more for $5 / month)
that are linked into an Asterisk server.
In turn this is linked to a lo-fi MP3 only audio stream, which even
prepaid blackberry devices from Boost can listen to. It would be great
to also have this linked to thousands of in-bound PSTN channels, and I
can make that happen, just didn't have the budget for it.
Would love to support your efforts in any way you see fit.
On 10/20/2011 01:20 PM, planetary_io wrote:
We have posted an initial proposal for investigation of
teleconferencing systems for multicast of GAs to occupytechnology.
The goal is to most cheaply / efficiently provide widest possible,
highest quality access to real-time GA proceedings for the "curious"
and off-site folks in solidarity. It has ancillary benefits like
providing for recording/remote transcription / user feedback.
We consider this an alternative to technically flawed and expensive
(to many 99%) "internet radio" and video streaming options, and hope
you will consider this as a more resource-friendly option.
- We are investigating some options for sourcing & systems design
- We will propose some specific implementations based on test vendors
- We are willing to coordinate and fund trials, maybe even production
- We don't necessarily need GA participation or approval for this,
just coordination on the ground to max reach;.
But feedback from active GA participants and those familiar with
diverse field constraints would be very helpful, for utility's sake
maybe we drive that to the OccupyTech forums:
Link again: http://occupytechnology.org/content/initial-proposal-teleconferencing-ga-multicast