https://jitsi.org/ I guess you could also use whatsapp or signal, they both have 2 way video calls anyway.
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whatsapp is proprietary, privacy nightmare for organizers definitely
signal isn't capable of group calls
mumble only does audio.
jitsi is the only one that has everything, is open source, encrypted, no known backdoors. unless there's one I don't know about
Jitsi has end-to-end encryption? I never used it cause I thought they didn't.
No, it is Encrypted from network to server, server must decrypt in order for the webRTC group call functionality to work.
This is why you host your own server, for example
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Had a skeg at Briar. It appears to only work for smartphones, specifically those running Android. As limited as it is, at least Signal has Signal Desktop going for it.
Its because Signal has 50 million dollars and briar isnt on google play
Yes,i know, this is the worst timeline
They might've not been on the Play Store early on but I just checked their site and they're currently on the Play Store.
Signal is super easy to use and available on all platforms. Briar is still experimental and only for Android. It has potential, but it can't yet replace other messengers. Once versions come out for Linux and hopefully iOS and it's eventually audited, Briar could replace something like Signal.
I'm unaware so please any links/ explanations about the spookiness of signal would be helpful thanks. Been making extensive use of that as it seemed to me that they have a solid end to end encryption and definitely compared to whatsapp, a way less intrusive metadata collection.
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