[BlindKid] Zoom Person Limit Question

DrV icdx1111 at gmail.com
Tue Jul 14 13:54:07 UTC 2020

Wow - Thanks for the rapid response!
Looking forward to a Happy NFB20.

On Tue, Jul 14, 2020 at 6:48 AM Dan Burke <dburke at cocenter.org> wrote:

> I don't know about NOPBC, but listening to the rehab meeting a bit ago,
> they had planned for and paid for far more than a 100-participant meeting,
> but there was some glitch in the capacity allowance. It was resolved after
> a few minutes and there are now well over 200 in that meeting. I suspect
> that your son got in after the limit was reset to the proper level.
> The answer is that glitches may occur, and please be patient. There has
> been an enormous amount of planning for this convention, but we've also
> never done this before. Each room will be moderated by an NFB staff member,
> and they'll work with the meeting organizers to get any glitches resolved
> as quickly as possible.
> Happy NFB20 all!
> Dan
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> Subject: [BlindKid] Zoom Person Limit Question
> Good morning all,
> I'm looking forward to today's meetings & the Conference in general.
> At 7:00 or 7:01 am today, my son tried to Zoom into his morning Rebah &
> Educaton Meeting & though he paid & had signed he up ahead of time he was
> not allowed in due the *Zoom 100 person limit*. He was ultimately able to
> get in to listen via a dial-in phone number.
> I have seen such Zoom meeting 100-person limit issues with other meetings.
> *Is there going to be a Zoom Person Limit for the NOPBC Meetings? *For
> that more in-person feel, I'd personally prefer being able to see the
> presenter or panel etc.
> If there is a limit per session, can you clarify the work-around?
> Thanks
> Eric
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