Online Bug Day?
cyounkins at gmail.com
Tue Aug 11 19:24:46 BST 2009
Teamspeak is used mainly by gamers. A free linux client and server are
available, though I am slightly cautious. I may have tried using it on linux
a while ago with no luck. Confirmation it works well on linux would be
needed. Also, we would need someone to host the server, as Comcast does not
provide me with enough upload bandwidth.
Skype on linux is.... *OK*. Not sure on the conference call limit myself,
and Skype usually has better/higher bit rate sound quality, so it might suck
up more bandwidth than it's worth.
The downside of both of these solutions is that they require an extra
install. What comes with Ubuntu that we could use?
On Tue, Aug 11, 2009 at 2:18 PM, Josh Rhoderick <rhoderickj at gmail.com>wrote:
> That's a great idea, Craig. I am not that familiar with Teamspeak but I
> thought you needed a paid Teamspeak server to coordinate your channel. I
> could be wrong about this though. I use Skype to do a lot of conference
> calls. Skype is available on all platforms too. I don't know if there's a
> limit on how many can join a conference call though.
> -- Josh
> On Tue, Aug 11, 2009 at 12:38 PM, Craig Younkins <cyounkins at gmail.com
> > Here's an idea: Instead of having a Bug Day somewhere physical, *let's
> > one online*. I was thinking we could set up a VOIP service so we can
> > the bull on voice chat while we're working on bugs.
> > Sure, we miss out on pizza, but it also means we don't have to travel and
> > bring laptops, nor does Chuck have to obtain a space. Perhaps we can make
> > it
> > a bit less formal, and a bit more regular. A more social event to connect
> > with our fellow Ubunteros twice a month and help out Ubuntu in the
> > Comments? Anyone know about a VOIP solution or would be willing to set
> > up?
> > Craig
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