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Hi Florian, hi all,

Il 19/03/20 11:11, Florian Effenberger ha scritto:
- it very much looks like the client is the problem

That alarms me a lot. My i7 4x CPU was at 8+ load while conferencing
with the test. I suspect Chrome is the main culprit there. Will try with

- I proposed to verify the results with a test in the official Jitsi
Meet instance, to see if this has the same problems, although I'm not
sure that in the current times that is reliable

Good idea. We should try in a non-scholastic time frame (like 17.00 UTC
or something like it).

For next Friday's meeting, we have several options:
- As fallback we could use

  - talkyoo, a pure phone-based solution that served us well in the
past. For dial-ins from countries that talkyoo doesn't provide a number
for, there seems a workaround with Google Hangouts. This "bridging" is
not convenient, but does the job.

I second this one much. In the end we don't need video streams and maybe
a full-fledged audio conferencing system may cope with much more
participants and scale better.

  - another conferencing system Paolo is using (I don't remember the
name currently)

That's BigBlueButton (, which is a more
classroom-oriented approach.
His instance is hosted on, if of any interest.
Please ask him if you want to try it straight away (paolo.vecchi@tdf).

  - Nextcloud Talk, as we do have a Nextcloud instance; but then, we
don't have experience with the videoconferencing module

I've just heard more issues than with Jitsi, so...

Emiliano Vavassori

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