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  1. #31

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    To all those here lamenting the fact that, with only 5 days left to the start of Oshkosh, the webcams are not being erected or close to operational, doesn't it seem curious to you that no EAA staff member and /or monitor has provided an update on the the issue as promised since July 12. To date, they are silent and gone dark.

    In the absence of an updated informed response this close to start date, one might feel reasonable and logical to conclude that the webcams may not be this year. The mind conjures up all kinds of disparate thinking and opinions in the void of any real, truthful information.
    Last edited by Floatsflyer; 07-17-2019 at 08:24 AM.

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    Staff update here was July 12.

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    "doesn't it seem curious to you that no EAA staff member and /or monitor has provided an update on the the issue as promised since July 12."
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    There may be one or two EAA staffers that actually listen to this forum (titled EAA Forums), and probably fewer than those two who care or can actually influence change, so, why would "they" speak up.
    As my wife says, "It is what it is."
    Sad, but, we keep giving them our money.

  4. #34

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    The cameras are now up and running. The links on Airventure's website don't seem to be correct.

    https://www.youtube.com/results?sear...irVenture+Live



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bear View Post
    The cameras are now up and running. The links on Airventure's website don't seem to be correct.

    https://www.youtube.com/results?sear...irVenture+Live


    Ahhhhh. Sanity restored

  6. #36
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    The website is now updated, we can all breathe a sigh of relief: https://www.eaa.org/airventure/eaa-a...enture-webcams
    Sara Nisler, EAA 1089750
    EAA Digital Managing Editor
    EAA—The Spirit of Aviation

  7. #37

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    Thank you EAA staff and volunteers for all that you do! For those of us that attend Airventure regularly, we recognize the massive amount of work and resources that goes into making this event so great! I was out there this past Sunday/Monday in Camp Scholler. I saw a total of 3 planes, all in Vintage (assume they are volunteers). As mentioned several times throughout this thread, nothing too interesting is occurring right now, so putting the webcams task towards the end is completely understandable, plus it reduces the wear/tear on the equipment and other maintenance requirements.

    We are headed back out Friday, flying in, and will be volunteering this weekend to hopefully help with plane parking. Safe travels to everyone who will be attending!

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    Drilling down to the webcams through EAA’s website doesn’t work unless you choose the watch through YouTube path. It would be good if the main link took you to something that worked.would be mice

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    Hooray! Thank you for getting these up and running and fixing the website links, we all appreciate it and all you do!


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    Should be only some arrivals on Thursday. A bunch on Friday.

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