What is your interest level in a virtual sangha, using video and chat through the SBA site?

| January 14, 2012 | 2 Comments

Take this poll to let us know if you are interested in a virtual community, using video or chat.

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If you have questions or comments about this kind of virtual sangha, please use the comments area below.


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Dana Nourie

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Dana is Technical Director of the Secular Buddhist Association. She learned Buddhism through a DVD course on Tibetan Mahayana Buddhism, followed by a two-year course in person. She then studied Theravada Buddhism through the Insight Meditation South Bay with teacher Shaila Catherine. She has been a practitioner now for over a decade. Dana has been working in the internet industry since 1992, has held the positions of web developer, technical writer, and online community manager. She is a geek girl with a passion for science and computing.

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  1. Ron Stillman Ron Stillman says:

    I would like to see an option to use headphones with microphone. For me, a drawback with chat is that it’s hard to follow one person communicating with another person about a previous comment while others are making new comments. Also, someone might have an inablility to type fast enough to keep up with the thread. This might entail the need for a moderator to keep things flowing more smoothly.

  2. Doug Smith Doug says:

    It’s hard to know how this would develop, or how it would work. I doubt I could attend often (depending on scheduling, of course), but first of all it might be useful to put out some ideas for what could be accomplished by a video chat sangha. There’s already a forum for discussion, which has the virtue that people can chip in their two cents when convenient, and read through past commentary.

    I think of one (the?) main benefit of a sangha as being able to meditate in a group. That wouldn’t be possible through video chat.

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