[opensource-dev] Brown-bag meeting to continue dialog on TVPV next Tuesday (4/13)

Tigro Spottystripes tigrospottystripes at gmail.com
Fri Apr 9 05:29:30 PDT 2010

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in theory it should be possible to record what is said in voice, though
coordinating voice with text for context would be a bit more complicated
(though a video of the meeting with a good resolution and as lossless as
possible codec/compression could do it in theory, a video would also
help to identify who is saying what in voice)

On 9/4/2010 08:43, Carlo Wood wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 09, 2010 at 07:28:14AM -0400, Robert Martin wrote:
>>>> Voice is a no-no for me. Being French, I can't speak and understand
>>>> spoken English (and worst, American English...) well and fast enough
>>>> to hold a conversation in voice.
>> also unless im not mistaken holding it in Voice also guarantees that
>> there will not be a transcript of what was said. Unless there is now a
>> rock solid low lag real time way of transcribing the voice parts since
>> we are going to be discussing legal matters it needs to be recordable.
> That is probably exactly the reason why they want it to be in voice:
> so that there is no transcript and nobody can use whatever is going
> to be said in court at a later time.
> It is meant to be "informational" only, which is probably not very
> useful indeed, unless the information flows both ways and this will
> lead to a change of the TPV policy.
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