[jitsi-users] what is jitsi meet for downloading?


#1

https://jitsi.org/jitsi-meet/

You can download and install a debian package
on your computer. Does your computer then
act as a server for jitsi meet? If 2 persons
connect on jitsi meet, are both
computers required to have jitsi meet
installed?

Is jitsi meet a replacement to jitsi desktop?
There will be no updates to jitsi desktop?
Are jitsi meet, if you have it installed on your
computer, connections zero knowledge
encrypted?

Thank you.


#2

Hi,

https://jitsi.org/jitsi-meet/

You can download and install a debian package
on your computer. Does your computer then
act as a server for jitsi meet? If 2 persons
connect on jitsi meet, are both
computers required to have jitsi meet
installed?

No installation is required, all that is needed is a webrtc capable
browser like Chrome and Firefox opening the jitsi-meet deployment, you
can try meet.jit.si for example. For the moment using Chrome will give
the optimal experience.
The deployment is created by the debian packages that are offered for download.

Is jitsi meet a replacement to jitsi desktop?
There will be no updates to jitsi desktop?
Are jitsi meet, if you have it installed on your
computer, connections zero knowledge
encrypted?

No this is not a replacement for jitsi-desktop, it is just a video
conference experience, click and go style, no accounts, no
registrations, no configurations.

There will be soon new jitsi-desktop stable release.

When using jitsi-meet everything is encrypted between the clients and
the server. If there are just two participants, if possible they will
be connected p2p with full encryption between both.
If for some reason you do not want to trust a deployment like
meet.jit.si, and want to have all in your hands, you can deploy your
own server.

Regards
damencho

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On Sat, Feb 24, 2018 at 12:25 PM, <ronwirring@safe-mail.net> wrote:

Thank you.

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