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  • From: Jon Hebb <somebodyrocks AT>
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  • Subject: Re: [opennic-discuss] [ICANN] New gTLDS, first conflict
  • Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2014 16:48:32 -0400

I would be willing to put together an online collaboration & teamwork system based on various open source programs also integrated with VoIP or web-based video conferencing systems... BUT I just don't think people will use it... maybe I'm wrong though.

I think a solid weekend with 15-30 of our most active members in the same room could take this organization forward a few major leaps and bound.

Also, I was seeing us more of "Cards Against Humanity" folks, but I love just about any party/social games hahaha

On Wed, Mar 12, 2014 at 4:35 PM, Coyo <coyo AT> wrote:
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There is a prohibitively expensive tech called "telepresence" used for
telecommuting to office work abroad. With the combination of remote
"employee" VPNs and elaborate video conferencing, enterprise-grade
hardware equipment, it makes it easier to collaborative over long

Even if we could afford any of this, I'd still recommend as many of us
as can afford or get the time off from work to attend should attend an
OpenNIC convention or conference. Despite advances in telepresence and
telecommuting and virtual office hardware and software, there's
nothing quite like touching base in person at a hotel's ballroom and
room parties.

There's also a great card game I'd love to play with you guys. :D

It's funnier if you've actually experienced room parties like these.

On 3/12/2014 3:07 PM, Jon Hebb wrote:
> We don't have a team of PR & Marketing people. Our workgroups are a
> great concept, but it is difficult to fully interact & carry out
> team-driven ideas (more specifically for the PR workgroup or
> whatever it is called) when you can't meet in person.
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