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[liberationtech] Open Source Videoconference platform

Andrés Leopoldo Pacheco Sanfuentes alps6085 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 19 15:47:08 PST 2015


Thanks are due to y'all people's suggestions, recommendations, terse
reviews of open source videoconferencing sw.

I asked the question in part to get valuable info on alternatives to the
1%sw when it comes to connecting the other 95% in solidarity,  but also to
test this list.

I have to confess that between the SNA sorry NAS sorry NSA paranoia and the
plomo parejo between ultrarich-techie guanabis and hardcore militechtants,
I didn't know if there were others out there for which this lemma was their
motto:

"Cypherpunks write code, not flamewars." ~Jurre van Bergen" - thanks the
last Guy that sent a suggestion for the inspiring signature quote!

Osea. We live. We breathe. Let's keep it that way for as many people as we
can!
On Jan 19, 2015 4:45 PM, "Griffin Boyce" <griffin at cryptolab.net> wrote:

> Jens Kubieziel wrote:
>
>> * Andrés Leopoldo Pacheco Sanfuentes schrieb am 2015-01-18 um 15:16 Uhr:
>>
>>> Is there such a thing? Reliable? Skype sucks, and it is a Microsoft
>>> product
>>> now (too flickery, etc.), and I don't know of others..
>>>
>>
>> Another viable solution is palava.tv. This service uses WebRTC. See
>> <URL:https://palava.tv/> for details.
>>
>
> My preference is talky.io .  They also use WebRTC, and have a very
> straightforward interface.  Their system is built on open-source free
> software, which makes it an attractive choice.
>
> ~Griffin
>
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