I've been keeping up to date with Jitsi developments, desperate to unhook
everyone from Skype, but am dismayed at state of the download page,
especially as lots of thought has obviously gone into the rest of the site.
A crucial aspect VOIP type applications is that individual deployment only
makes sense if others can join the party. i.e. to get anywhere Jitsi has to
be Grandad proof, the thing that has made skype what it is, right?
How can it possibly make sense to follow this
with it's relatively clean, simple, logical lay out with this ftp like
If a visitor is wanting the stable build line then they just want that .exe
.deb. dmg or whatever, not a list including nightly builds! You're making
it impossible for me to tell everyone "right, we're not using skype
anymore, we're using jitsi instead" And I long for that day! If I want the
stable build line, why doesn't the link from the 'first' downloads page
automatically start the download. A simple out of the way link to the ftp
list would be fine for anyone wanting that, they're the people who know how
to use this technology, right?
Please guys, you're potentially onto a winner here, with lots of people
ready to tell friends and family to adopt something new, but you're
needlessly making it hard, by not putting some simple thought into basic