Resolving conflict in technical debates in an ideal world
lukehasnoname at gmail.com
Wed Sep 3 19:07:46 BST 2008
I agree with Daniel, and on the topic of voip comms, I've personally been
wishing Ubuntu had a chat server that we could get onto to talk about
things, or listen in. I don't know enough about Asterisk to know if it would
fit the bill for conference rooms or conference chat. I do know that
Mumble/murmur could do the trick; it's a Teamspeak/Ventrilo-like
server/client, fully open source.
On Wed, Sep 3, 2008 at 11:24 AM, Lucas Nussbaum <lucas at lucas-nussbaum.net>wrote:
> On 03/09/08 at 14:37 +0200, Daniel Holbach wrote:
> > The subject of this mail contains "in an ideal world" because I don't
> > know of a great VOIP service we could easily use right now.
> Actually, I've been thinking about a service that would allow several
> SIP clients (ekiga, etc) to connect to the same "room", with audio/video
> multiplexing. I think it's possible to build such a service using free
> software (using asterisk maybe?).
> Providing a service like that, available to the whole free software
> community, would really be a nice contribution. I hope someone will pick
> up the idea and implement it :-) (I won't work on that myself)
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