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    "file types" is no excuse
    by Anonymous on Sunday March 17 2002, @03:41PM (#5340)
    I don't really understand michael's story about filetypes.

    Mostly it seems to me that theyre just trying to make it harder to access the Real file than it needs to be. It's like they're trying to prevent us from watching the video recording.
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    "file types" is no excuse by Anonymous
    They do stream
    by fnord (groy2kNO@SPAMyahoo.com) on Sunday March 17 2002, @09:49PM (#5342)
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    If I didn't make it clear in any of my posts (I've been posting to ICANNWatch so much lately I feel like I'm doing a Jeff Williams imitation, which is really one of Kent Crispin's tasks), the files do stream for me using either of the methods I suggested (though it is better to download them if you're on a fast connection, and they work that way as well). I think the U. of Oregon has just misconfigured its setup somehow (though I've spent some time fruitlessly trying to figure out how). I don't see this as part of any conspiracy, having to use one mousebutton rather than another, the VideoLab just isn't comparable to Berkman. OTOH, I don't think the result of failing to use Berkman at such a critical time was completely unintended.

    I'd be interested in hearing from anyone who can't get the streaming to work using my suggestions (and they should work with each browser on a single-button Mac as well, just click and hold if memory serves), or from anyone who can get it to stream normally under other OS/browsers. On a positive note, I still haven't rewatched the whole thing, but some of the AV that was missing from the live coverage when the feed went down has been restored in these copies. Meanwhile, ICANN has posted an announcement about their October meeting. Hopefully they can get some decent remote coverage happening by then. Of course a meeting or two after that Lynn's plan will be in effect and there won't be any need for public coverage. -g

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