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From Eldad Yamin <>
Subject Embed into my project, feature list.
Date Mon, 04 Mar 2013 14:30:04 GMT
Hi everyone,
My Name is Eldad, and I'm developing a new (free) eLearning platform, base 
on crowd-source.
At the moment, I'm searching for a tool that can provide me with a 
webinar/eMeeting capabilities - out of the box.

The project itself is not public yet, but you can take a glimpse here:

The platform already covers all of the following aspects:

   - Community - complete forum, where teacher and students can interact.
   - File storage - Teachers and users can upload files for each lesson. 
   can be used for homework, reading materials etc. stored on S3
   - Test - Teacher can create tests for their students.
   - Calendar - live lessons can be schedule through the system.
   - PM - private messaging between users.
   - Rating - after each lesson the teacher/user are asked to rate each 
   - Billing - a teacher set a price to their lessons. the platform gets 
   max of 1USD that will be investe back into the community.
   - And many more.

The only thing that's missing, is a webinar, just like OM.
In order to use it, I'd like to write down the key requirements (that I 
couldn't find in the documents), and if there are not implemented yet - *I'm 
willing to pay* for someone to develop them, and *release those features 
back to the community*.

Required features (order by priority):

   - Single-Sign-On - enter my users directly into a meeting, with the 
   right privileges (Teacher/Student).
   - API to clone/share content between meetings.
   - Recording - record a meeting session, include audio/video/screen share 
   etc. and save as a video file or in popcorn's js format.
   When a recording ends - trigger and HTTP request. Or, a way to pull 
   recording by meeting ID.
   - Remote storage - I.e S3.
   - Meeting can hold min of 40 users, with min of 4 video feeds and 1 
   screen share.
   - Set start/end time for a meeting, must close recording if any exists.
   - Geo-location - users should connect to their closest cluster instead 
   of the meeting server. that way, strongly linked clusters can "overcome" 
   I guess that this can achieve using proxy servers as well.
   - auto backup cluster/server.

Thank you very much for your assistance.

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