[clug] Open Source, server based video/chat/conferencing system

Michael Manning michael at michaelmanning.org
Mon Aug 12 01:27:42 MDT 2013

I remember from ages ago Openmeeting ...although I think it was flash based
and only catered for the meetings component of your requirements.....and
has now moved over to an Apache project


Michael Manning
On 12/08/2013 3:18 PM, "Scott Ferguson" <scott.ferguson.clug at gmail.com>

> Anybody know of any production ready alternatives to Google
> Hangouts/Conversat.io/Skype
> It's a pro bono for a non-profit. They want to use Fffffacebook or MSN
> (because Google spies on them).  Maximum of 24 users.
> Capabilities:-
> ;user management
> ;video conferencing
> ;chat
> ;file transfer
> Must be:-
> ;Open Source licensed
> ;run in Firefox/Iceweasel (bonus if it'll also run in other browsers)
> ;be simple for people to use
> ;platform agnostic
> ;*not* use Java or Ffflash
> ;*not* controlled by someone else (I want to run it from one of my servers)
> Hackview looks like it 'might' be interesting when if/it gets finished
> (though it seems to only support Chrome).
> https://github.com/sdslabs/hackview
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