Florian Effenberger wrote:
For next Friday's meeting, we have several options:
- We could server-side enforce the audio only mode. Whether that helps or
not is unclear, as people are turning off video during the meeting anways.
- 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'd go with those two (i.e. have talkyoo ready as a fallback), with
- instead of hard-coding audio-only on the server, send out a meeting
URL _different_ from the regular one, that includes the
#config.startAudioOnly=true fragment Cloph mentioned
- plus recommend people to use desktop computers, if they want to talk
(I suspect listen-only would still work with the Android app?)
- another conferencing system Paolo is using (I don't remember the name
I wouldn't do that without a proper testrun.
- Nextcloud Talk, as we do have a Nextcloud instance; but then, we don't
have experience with the videoconferencing module
Same impression as Emiliano..
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