Di seguito l’appello
Here are the minutes of the mumble meeting held on Tuesday regarding the feasibility of organising an international day of action against TTIP on the 12th of July: https://ttipaction.titanpad.com/3
I will quickly summarise what we decided. We came to the conclusion that to call a global day of action would be counterproductive as the response might be too weak given the short time to prepare for it. So we thought it would be better to frame it in a way that the UK is organising a national day of action, but that if any group in other countries would like to take the opportunity to do an action at the same time we could try to support each other online to give more visibility to each other’s action.
Since we had the meeting the dates of the next TTIP round has come out, which will start on the 14th. This seems like an even greater incentive to co-ordinate at least a social media campaign around those dates.
We have set a next mumble meeting for Tuesday 3rd June 10 am UK time, 11am Central European time (see invitation below). You are welcome to join and spread this invitation widely.
Also as we need to move quickly I have created already a doodle for the meeting that will follow that. If interested please show your preference by Monday midnight: http://doodle.com/s6akcd3pxnx4qqrs
Tuesday 3rd of June: Online meeting for international TTIP campaign
9am UTC time (10am Uk & Portugal, 11am Central Europe)
– Summary of last meeting
– Open discussion about how we can collaborate on an international campaign
We will be taking minutes here:
We will be using mumble (see below).
If you have not used it before please join the meeting 15min before so we can help you test your sound.
Please don’t be intimidated by all this tech if you have never used it! We will be there to help.
For this meeting we use a program called Mumble. Mumble is open source voice chat software. Once you have installed this program on your computer or mobile device you can login to a server. Here you will see a list of rooms in which you can meet other people to talk with.
If you have no mic, don’t worry, because Mumble also has a text chat channel.
First download Mumble in your computer
Install Mumble as you do with any other program and be sure to run/finish the ‘Audio Wizard’ when you start Mumble for the first time.
Please select a ‘Push To Talk button’ when running the ‘Audio Wizard’, or else in a room with 50 people it will possibly lead up to feedback or worse.
follow this tutorial .. it’s easy
In Mumble click on: Server > Connect > Add new
Enter the following information:
enter your Nickname: Your name/nickname
look in the list of channel for: International > OccupyEverything
and just move there or click on it twice
Signs we use in the text chat during our mumble meetings:
WWWW or +1 = agree
##### = please kindly try to conclude your intervention, I understood