VNC connection information for APS Reactor Group Meeting [Re: APS Reactor Group Meeting Information]

From: Glenn A. Horton-Smith <>
Date: Fri May 14 2004 - 20:06:01 CDT

APS Reactor Working Group Members:

As previously announced, in addition to the phone and video connections,
we will also have a VNC server running to allow remote participants to
view the presentations remotely. If you are unfamiliar with VNC, it is
essentially a remote desktop viewing tool. See

To connect to the server, use a Java-enabled web browser and visit, or use VNC viewer (download from and connect to The password will be
"APSreactor". Note that the VNC server will be started tomorrow at about
8:30 AM California time.

Presenters are reminded to kindly post their material on the net so that
it can be presented from the machine running VNC, which will be a Windows
XP laptop with Acrobat Reader (PDF), ghostview (PS), Explorer (HTML),
Microsoft Office (PPT,DOC), and Open Office (SXI,SXW,etc) installed.
Posting your material on the net will also make it available to remote
participants who are not able to use VNC for any reason.

                                        Best regards,
                                        Glenn Horton-Smith.

> APS Reactor Working Group Members:
> The next working group meeting is being held at Caltech on May
> 15,16, 2004. We expect to start at 9AM both days, and finish by 1PM on
> Sunday. The meeting will be held in the library of the Kellogg Lab.
> Attached are a couple of maps that indicate the meeting location. You
> can find driving directions from the LA airports at
> An agenda is under preparation by Ed and Gabriela, and will be available
> soon.
> We will have a VNC connection and hopefully a phone connection
> available for people who cannot attend but would like to participate
> remotely. You will be able to see the presentation material on a browser
> over the net. (All presentations will need to be posted so that they
> are reachable over the net - ppt, pdf, ps, html formats are all
> acceptable.) VNC connection information will be provided shortly via
> email. In addition, we hope remote participants will be able to listen
> and participate in discussions via phone conference. We are still
> working on setting this up, and we will send more details soon.
> *** If you are planning to attend, please respond to this email
> ( and inform Kim Stapp.
> *** If you are planning to participate remotely, please respond to
> this email ( and inform Kim Stapp including your
> name, location and phone number.
> We look forward to a productive meeting. If you have questions
> please contact Kim Stapp or
> myself (
> Bob McKeown
Received on Fri May 14 20:06:07 2004

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