[jitsi-dev] Firefox 36.0 released with inbuilt WebRTC.


#1

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Hey all,

So Mozilla have released Firefox 36.0 and with it bundled in the Hello
service for browser to browser video and chat.
https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/hello/

Will this mean Firefox will finally work with Jitmeet? if nothing else
it is a very interesting development but they are a little vague on
security and storage.

Thoughts anyone?

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Don Alexander

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RooSoft Ltd


#2

Hey Don Alexander,

This release (FF 36) does not include multistream support which is absolutely required for meet. Multistream support for FF has landed (or is about to land) in FF Aurora/Dev edition and we are working on adding support for FF in meet.

Cheers,
George

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On 25 Feb 2015, at 12:48, Don Alexander wrote:

Hey all,

So Mozilla have released Firefox 36.0 and with it bundled in the Hello
service for browser to browser video and chat.
https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/hello/

Will this mean Firefox will finally work with Jitmeet? if nothing else
it is a very interesting development but they are a little vague on
security and storage.

Thoughts anyone?

- --

Don Alexander

It's a tough job, but some mug has to do it...

RooSoft Ltd

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Hey Don Alexander,

This release (FF 36) does not include multistream support which is

absolutely required for meet. Multistream support for FF has landed (or
is about to land) in FF Aurora/Dev edition and we are working on adding
support for FF in meet.

Cheers,
George

Well I am guessing they are using this Hello service as a test bed for
the Multistream support. Peer to Peer being the most basic framework you
need. Still cool they are doing it all the same but I prefer to use
Jitmeet and my own server for a variety of reasons.

Will wait in anticipation.

I just love jitmeet :slight_smile:

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On 25/02/15 11:54, George Politis wrote:

Don Alexander

It's a tough job, but some mug has to do it...

RooSoft Ltd


#4

Hey Don Alexander,

This release (FF 36) does not include multistream support which is

absolutely required for meet. Multistream support for FF has landed (or
is about to land) in FF Aurora/Dev edition and we are working on adding
support for FF in meet.

Cheers,
George

Well I am guessing they are using this Hello service as a test bed for
the Multistream support.

I don't think anyone is doing multistream with FF atm, not even the Hello service.

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On 25 Feb 2015, at 13:06, Don Alexander wrote:

On 25/02/15 11:54, George Politis wrote:

Peer to Peer being the most basic framework you
need. Still cool they are doing it all the same but I prefer to use
Jitmeet and my own server for a variety of reasons.

Will wait in anticipation.

I just love jitmeet :slight_smile:

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Don Alexander

It's a tough job, but some mug has to do it...

RooSoft Ltd


#5

Actually, FF Hello service uses Opentok platform, where having
multiple video containers was possible on the older FF versions too,
and it is not based on the multistream.

Regards,
Zalmoxisus

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On Wed, Feb 25, 2015 at 2:08 PM, George Politis <gp@jitsi.org> wrote:

On 25 Feb 2015, at 13:06, Don Alexander wrote:

On 25/02/15 11:54, George Politis wrote:

Hey Don Alexander,

This release (FF 36) does not include multistream support which is

absolutely required for meet. Multistream support for FF has landed (or
is about to land) in FF Aurora/Dev edition and we are working on adding
support for FF in meet.

Cheers,
George

Well I am guessing they are using this Hello service as a test bed for
the Multistream support.

I don't think anyone is doing multistream with FF atm, not even the Hello
service.

Peer to Peer being the most basic framework you
need. Still cool they are doing it all the same but I prefer to use
Jitmeet and my own server for a variety of reasons.

Will wait in anticipation.

I just love jitmeet :slight_smile:

- --

Don Alexander

It's a tough job, but some mug has to do it...

RooSoft Ltd

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