This is an early decision so that we can put the best possible package of lectures, discussion and activity together. We will not be holding a Biennial General Meeting during the weekend as the Constitution allows us 3 years from the date of the last meeting (16 September 2018) to hold the next one.
We plan to host the interactive parts of the meeting using Zoom, and also stream all the lectures on the BATC Streamer. Selected highlights will be transmitted as contacts on QO-100. The programme will look something like this:
Saturday 24 October
- 0900 Zoom online for testing connections.
Breakout Rooms open for specific discussions (trading?)
- 1000 Introduction – Dave G8GKQ, BATC Chairman
- 1015 First Lecture
- 1600 End of Lectures
- 2000 Special QO-100 Net for CAT 20 (to be streamed as well)
(Bring your favourite beverage – as for the CAT 20 Dinner)
I am please that David G4NRT has agreed to be our first speaker to talk about “Producing Professional Internet Streaming” – very appropriate for this year’s event! I would welcome other volunteers to speak on any ATV-related subject.
So, please make sure that your diary remains clear for 24 October. If you get a chance to use Zoom, take the time to get to know it – we will publish full instructions as well. And the BATC Streamer will also carry all the content.
It would be good to get the maximum number of members onto the QO-100 net on the Saturday evening. The format will be similar to the regular Thursday night nets, but only one over each, with a maximum of 3 minutes. Light-hearted but appropriate content please!
We will try to arrange a real meeting as early as possible in 2021.