[pp.int.general] Pirate Parties International Conference Kazan 2013

Simon Frew simon.frew at pirateparty.org.au
Tue Apr 2 10:41:53 CEST 2013

We just use cheap video streaming with an IRC channel where we verify who
can vote and give them voice. Everyone with a computer monitors IRC so
remote delegates get adequately represented. I think it costs about $50 for
the streaming, but if its entirely online a Mumble server and a Pad would
about do it. When we hired all of the gear it cost a total of $150 or so,
but we have members who can provide a lot of infrastructure out of their
own gear.

It was suggested on #PPI IRC that one could be held on Google+, PP
California meet using it (or did when I attended a meeting once) and it
worked well. It means dealing with Google and subsequent privacy
implications but it has video and is free.

If there wont be any remote participation in the GA we might as well hold
our own on Mumble. You guys could even have the honour of hosting the first
one. Although PPAU has its own Mumble server too. Just start it later in
your day time so I don't have to get up too early to attend. ;)



On Tue, Apr 2, 2013 at 7:18 PM, Aza <rata_0071 at hotmail.com> wrote:

> 2013/4/1 Simon Frew <simon.frew at pirateparty.org.au>
>> We run remote participation for every congress in Australia and it costs
>> virtually nothing. See our official complaint letter for how to do it. The
>> idea it is expensive is false.
> Hey Simon could the PPAU provide the infrastructure for a virtual GA?
> At the PPAR we have a mumble server that could be used if you don't miss
> video.
> If we can't participate in the same one we may just as well have a
> parallel virtual GA
> regards
> aza
> President of the Intergalactic Pirate Party (IPP)
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