Register now for remote participation

by Kieren McCarthy on June 19, 2009

Following a very successful experiment at the last meeting in Mexico City with remote participation, we have expanded its use to the main room for the Sydney meeting.

We are using Adobe’s Connect software which will allow people to see everything going on in a particular session in one screen: live video, live audio, a live transcript, presentation slides updated as they are in the room and a chatroom.

This should provide everyone with the best remote participation so far – and we can archive the entire session to be viewed later. See for examples of the ccNSO sessions from Mexico City.

In order to get some idea of who is using this new service, you will need to fill in a quick two-minute registration form and then you are free to login and view all the main sessions.

If you choose on the registration form that you are interested in learning more about ICANN’s remote participation efforts, we will get back to you, ask for feedback and supply updates on future events and plans. Thank you and all the best with ICANN 35.

Those links again:

Event Login:
Registration Form:

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Rex 06.22.09 at 12:57 am

Can you put a link to the archived Sydney sessions on this page?

gpmgroup 06.22.09 at 4:55 am


Please can you add links to the archived audio streams for each of these sessions.
(Economic Issues Re: Vertical Separation of Registries & Registrars)
(New gTLD Program: Managing a Registry: Best Practices)

They are taking place in the early hours of the morning in European time so it not easy to view them real time.

Komik Videolar 08.03.09 at 9:37 am

Thanks admin.

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