[jitsi-users] the point of downloading


#1

Let's say we are going to have a meeting with 50 participants.

Should I download and install jitsi-meet on my computer, and tell the
remaining 49 to just connect via
https://meet.jit.si/blabla

Or should I tell all 50 to also download and install it?

Or can all 50 just use https://meet.jit.si/blabla?

I see, it must be like downloading the android app vs. connecting via
an android browser: always more efficient.


#2

No need of installing. Just use https://meet.jit.si

Jitsi Meet<https://meet.jit.si/>
meet.jit.si
Join a WebRTC video conference powered by the Jitsi Videobridge

Most of these questions could have been avoided if you just read documentation and try it out.

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Van: users <users-bounces@jitsi.org> namens 積丹尼 Dan Jacobson <jidanni@jidanni.org>
Verzonden: zondag 8 april 2018 02:20:31
Aan: users@jitsi.org
Onderwerp: [jitsi-users] the point of downloading

Let's say we are going to have a meeting with 50 participants.

Should I download and install jitsi-meet on my computer, and tell the
remaining 49 to just connect via
https://meet.jit.si/blabla

Or should I tell all 50 to also download and install it?

Or can all 50 just use https://meet.jit.si/blabla?

I see, it must be like downloading the android app vs. connecting via
an android browser: always more efficient.

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#3

Most of these questions could have been avoided if you just read documentation and try it out.

No.

We hear about jitsi-meet. We look it up,

https://www.google.com/search?q=jitsi-meet leads to

https://jitsi.org/jitsi-meet/ which has two download links and one Try
It link.

And after you try it, you assume you like it, so you should download.

And on the download page it doesn't say "Wait, should your really be
downloading this?"