[jitsi-dev] Mozilla now can be built with WebRTC. Does this mean it will work with jitmeet now?


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https://blog.mozilla.org/futurereleases/2014/05/29/experimenting-with-webrtc-in-firefox-nightly/

So they talk about being able to use Data Channels. Is the the
multichannel spec that Jitmeet uses that has stopped it being able to be
used with Firefox so far?

In which case are there any changes coming to Jitmeet to detect the
correct Firefox now?

Just curious.

Cheers.

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https://blog.mozilla.org/futurereleases/2014/05/29/experimenting-with-webrtc-in-firefox-nightly/

This is about their loop project, see http://bloggeek.me/mozilla-tokbox-webrtc-firefox/ for some interesting thoughts, the blogpost itself is rather... cryptic.

So they talk about being able to use Data Channels. Is the the
multichannel spec that Jitmeet uses that has stopped it being able to be
used with Firefox so far?

No.

In which case are there any changes coming to Jitmeet to detect the
correct Firefox now?

No. Stay tuned for some news in that area though. There have been signals from Firefox that their work wont take 18 months. And if it does, we still have an alternative plan.

cheers

philipp

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Am 31.05.2014 11:12, schrieb Don Alexander:


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https://blog.mozilla.org/futurereleases/2014/05/29/experimenting-with-webrtc-in-firefox-nightly/

This is about their loop project, see

http://bloggeek.me/mozilla-tokbox-webrtc-firefox/ for some interesting
thoughts, the blogpost itself is rather... cryptic.

Hmm interesting.. well I am actually planning on getting a FFOS phone
myself soon to play around with. Will be interesting if they are
targetting specfically devices like that for the move.

So they talk about being able to use Data Channels. Is the the
multichannel spec that Jitmeet uses that has stopped it being able to be
used with Firefox so far?

No.

Oh well.. was kinda hoping it would not that I really mind using
Chrome/Chromium just would like Jitmeet to be a accessible to everyone i
know and some don't like Chrome or Opera at all.

In which case are there any changes coming to Jitmeet to detect the
correct Firefox now?

No. Stay tuned for some news in that area though. There have been

signals from Firefox that their work wont take 18 months. And if it
does, we still have an alternative plan.

Yeah I was wondering why it is taking to long to implement too. I mean
if Chromium can do it why not Firefox? Oh well.. Just have to be patient
I guess.

Thanks.

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On 31/05/14 10:45, Philipp Hancke wrote:

Am 31.05.2014 11:12, schrieb Don Alexander:

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

RooSoft Ltd