[jitsi-dev] Is Jitsi serious?


#1

Hi guys, i really hoped jitsi could be a good subtitute for using
skype/gtalk,
buy can't seem to call anyone, even the ones i can convince to install it
and get an xmpp account.

the latest error is "call refused by remote side" and "ICE failed"

is there any hope? is anyone here working on stability instead of adding
features? isn't being a simple good solution for people using XMPP/Jingle
with oneanother without the need of a big server enough of a feature?

thanks for anyone who will give me any attention,
yoav


#2

If you are having trouble, why have I not seen any e-mails from you on the user list asking for help? Or are you not interested in that?

      Lee

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On 05/26/2013 08:55 AM, Yoav Finkelstein wrote:

Hi guys, i really hoped jitsi could be a good subtitute for using
skype/gtalk,
buy can't seem to call anyone, even the ones i can convince to install
it and get an xmpp account.


#3

Hey Yoav,

Hi guys, i really hoped jitsi could be a good subtitute for using
skype/gtalk,

Both of the names above refer to RTC services that include both clients
and network infrastructure. Jitsi is just a client.

The experience you are getting can be greatly influenced by the service
you decide to use Jitsi with.

buy can't seem to call anyone, even the ones i can convince to install
it and get an xmpp account.

the latest error is "call refused by remote side" and "ICE failed"

What service are you using when this happens? You may want try try calls
in ippi.com (SIP) or jit.si (XMPP) to see if you can get calls to work.

is there any hope? is anyone here working on stability instead of adding
features?

This is really most of what we do right now.

Emil

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On 26.05.13, 16:55, Yoav Finkelstein wrote:

isn't being a simple good solution for people using
XMPP/Jingle with oneanother without the need of a big server enough of a
feature?

thanks for anyone who will give me any attention,
yoav

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#4

Exactly, (we have talked about that earlier) so it would be great if
jitsi would recommend some services to use and to register to. Also it
would be great if the error would be more specific (and
understandable, even I had to look it up) i.e.:
your provider (<providername here>) does not support xyz
remote provider (<providername here>) does not support xyz
could not establish connection: you/remote party too heavily restricted

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On 26.05.2013 16:01, Emil Ivov wrote:

Hey Yoav,

On 26.05.13, 16:55, Yoav Finkelstein wrote:

Hi guys, i really hoped jitsi could be a good subtitute for
using skype/gtalk,

Both of the names above refer to RTC services that include both
clients and network infrastructure. Jitsi is just a client.

The experience you are getting can be greatly influenced by the
service you decide to use Jitsi with.


#5

I agreed with this last time we discussed it and also suggested criteria
for selecting "approved" services. Unfortunately no one has stepped
forward with a compiled list.

Emil

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On 26.05.13, 21:45, Yannik Völker wrote:

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Exactly, (we have talked about that earlier) so it would be great if
jitsi would recommend some services to use and to register to. Also it
would be great if the error would be more specific (and
understandable, even I had to look it up) i.e.:
your provider (<providername here>) does not support xyz
remote provider (<providername here>) does not support xyz
could not establish connection: you/remote party too heavily restricted

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