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Re: default messaging/VoIP client for Debian 8/Jessie

On 03/30/2014 07:18 PM, Daniel Pocock wrote:
> On 30/03/14 12:29, Thomas Goirand wrote:
>> On 03/30/2014 05:04 PM, Daniel Pocock wrote:
>>>    JitMeet multi-party video conferencing solution[8] for WebRTC
>>>    browsers
>> You should remove the "s" at browsers. It only supports Chrome(ium).
> Most of my own WebRTC stuff started out only supporting Chromium but
> Firefox support was not hard to add as well. Chrome developers are also
> moving to be more Firefox-like (e.g. using DTLS-SRTP and dropping SDES)
> and that will force many projects to get in sync.

I just hope JitMeet gets support for Firefox soon, and that we (also
soon) be able to install it on any given server using Debian packages!

> http://packages.qa.debian.org/r/reconserver.html
> is trivial to use and compiles cleanly on wheezy, proper backport coming
> soon.

Description-en: lightweight SIP conferencing service
 [... bla bla ...]  It supports audio but not video or text.

I would need both video, screen sharing & text (mainly to cut/past
URLs). Anything that doesn't have these features wouldn't work for what
we need (eg: work video conferences with at least 10 persons). We don't
care seeing all faces at once, but screen sharing is important (to be
able to do demos, or show slides).

Up to now, the only solution we've found acceptable is Mumble. Bonus: it
can scale up to 50 participants (I never tested more people at once). No
way you can do that with Hangout (with a Google enterprise account, the
limit is 15). And as you know, Mumble does only voice.

We would ALL be happy to switch to a free software solution.

> Asterisk has the MeetMe conferencing module
> If you don't need packages, there are additional options like FreeSWITCH
> conferencing.

Same: I don't think we'd have video, screen sharing & text chat with the



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