Am Dienstag, den 13.07.2010, 13:06 -0400 schrieb Richard Freeman:
> I've seen this at work quite a bit.  I've also seen an elegant solution 
> that works moderately well.  The minutes of the meeting are taken in 
> realtime during the meeting by whoever will take it, and this is shared 
> with the participants in realtime.  This way errors in the minutes are 
> instantly corrected.  When the meeting is done you just save and publish 
> the minutes and you are done.
> Realtime collaboration could involve any number of mechanisms.  I don't 
> know if google docs supports it, but I imagine Wave would.  There might 
> be other mechanisms as well.  Webex/GotoMeeting/etc are usually the 
> methods employed in the business world.  There might be an FOSS equivalent.

Take a look at app-editors/gobby :)

- Tobias

Praxisbuch Nagios


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