First and foremost, I'm new to this mailing list so if I am breaching some kind of etiquette or something by sending this out, please correct me, and thanks in advance for any assistance.
I'm having an issue I am hoping to get some assistance with, and everything I've seen in issue links has suggested asking the mailing list first.
I've implemented my own Jitsi Meet server using the Quick-Install guide, also installed Jigasi, and was attempting to replicate the "call-in numbers" feature on the meet.jit.si demo site.
This led me to this issue: https://github.com/jitsi/jigasi/issues/81
In it, it is mentioned that using the Jitsi implementation of the conferenceMapper api endpoint is fine, but that we'll need to create our own IVR and implementation of phoneNumberList.
I have confirmed that you can feed the conferenceMapper api endpoint a URL for any room on any server [even ones that don't technically exist] and it will spit out an ID.
For example, https://jitsi-api.jitsi.net/conferenceMapperfirstname.lastname@example.org
I manage my FreePBX server, and I can create an IVR to do what I need. I have phone numbers, but what I'm unsure of is what I actually need to configure my IVR to do, and at what point [ivr, jitsi meet server, etc] the mapping between ID and conference name is done.
[as a side note, it seems like my UI isn't changing like it should when I add features. For example when I installed Jigasi, I confirmed that it can make sip calls but the 'phone button' that was supposed to appear in the toolbar on a reload never did appear. I suspect that once I solve the above issue this problem will still cause me an issue actually displaying the phone numbers when I click the info button, but I'll cross that bridge when I come to it]