[jitsi-users] No RTP streams (please, don't ignore again)


#1

Will we see anything else instead? New, electron-based client, or it's just rumours? Because, you see, Jitsi.Meet is cool thing, but it's browser-based, and so you can't just call somebody by your will. Browser won't ring, especially if it's not fired up)

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I don't but, as I said, we don't really maintain desktop's compatibility with the bridge any more. So don't expect any action. Emil


#2

Will we see anything else instead? New, electron-based client, or it's
just rumours? Because, you see, Jitsi.Meet is cool thing, but it's
browser-based, and so you can't just call somebody by your will. Browser
won't ring, especially if it's not fired up)

Browsers would actually ring so that's orthogonal to having an electron
client (which we do and you can download an os x version here:
http://backup-download.jitsi.org/jitsi-meet-electron/osx/)

You are right though that we don't have a "ringing service" and there are
no plans for one in the immediate future.

Emil

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On Tue, 2 May 2017 at 06:58, Александр Александр <petelinsasha@outlook.com> wrote:

>I don't but, as I said, we don't really maintain desktop's compatibility
with the bridge any more. So don't expect any action. Emil

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#3

Application won't ring either, if it's not running.

The user has to have *something* on their machine listening out for incoming
calls.

Give someone a desktop shortcut to the URL; then the browser "runs the
application" for you.

Antony.

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On Tuesday 02 May 2017 at 12:56:43, Александр Александр wrote:

Will we see anything else instead? New, electron-based client, or it's just
rumours? Because, you see, Jitsi.Meet is cool thing, but it's
browser-based, and so you can't just call somebody by your will. Browser
won't ring, especially if it's not fired up)

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