Sharing Zoom sessions

  • Hi All,

    I was only able to participate in one Zoom call here. It was held on a Saturday, and I was available that particular day. For me, and I suspect for others, evenings are not feasible.

    So I was wondering what you think about recording your session and sharing them here. Of course, privacy issues must be handled and the recording should only be available to members here.


  • EricR - Are you interested in the Wednesday night Zoom on the Vatican Sayings?

    Two possible ideas:

    1. If all attendees like the idea, then we could record just the audio, and post it. However there may be attendees who feel uncomfortable with recording it, because it may interfere with the free flow of conversation.

    2. Taking notes of important points and posting them on the forum.

    Cassius, what do you think?

    PD5: It is not possible to live joyously without also living wisely and beautifully and rightly, nor to live wisely and beautifully and rightly without living joyously; and whoever lacks this cannot live joyously.

  • We discussed this last night and it seems like most feel like recording would hinder the free flow of the conversation, so we better evaluate alternatives before implementing something like this. Probably the answer is alternative days and times that accommodate more people, or turning on the recorder during a "presentation" part of the session rather than the discussion part. We can continue to brainstorm alternatives.

  • I completely understand. It was merely a thought for those whose schedules are incompatible. Also, the ability to review a conversation for its participants can be valuable.

    For me, evenings are out of the question.

    Some weekends are occasionally possible, but it will always be occasional.

    Thanks for considering the idea. :)

  • We definitely need to expand options for those whose schedules don't meet the "USA Weeknight" paradigm.

    What times of day / days of week would work best? Especially if they coincide with a time that Europeans are awake I think we really want to consider adding that.

  • I believe the UK is 5 hours ahead at the moment. Germany is 6 hours. Of course, daylight savings time is up in the air at the moment, so those times may change by an hour longer.

    My schedule changes constantly, especially in the summer. The winter is much better for consistency. I know that is not very helpful, but it's all I can suggest at the moment.

    I will think on it.