re: Happy 4th of July first of all 😆 The celebration is supposed to be in the US, but the fireworks are taking place in India apparently. 🎇🤣 Such a ho...

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Is Zoom open source though?

No. Zoom is not open source. Jitsi meet is open source and perhaps the best in the field of open source

perhaps the best in the field of open source


I have been using Jitsi Meet and I find it to be very good. It is open source. There are other video conferencing programmes that are open source but Jitsi appears to be the best. If you have less than 50 participants then it is better than even Zoom.

I was very happy with Jitsi until it suddenly started to mute incoming members of the conversation and then there was no way to unmute the three of us at the same time (I and my friend were on the conversation first, then came the third person).

It happened with a few calls, and with a heavy heart, we switched to Google Meet. :( I have no idea what happened and why, didn't find any info.

I'm still using Jitsi for one-on-one conversations, though and I love it.

I have been doing Jitsi meeting since this pandemic but this issue never arose. It is for the organiser as well as the participant both to unmute otherwise it they will not be unmuted. There may be some other technical issue. There is also Jitsi premium that gives you technical help for a price.
Like any other open source programme it is also good to pose problem in the community and normally you get a solution. I did not know how to schedule a meeting on Jitsi. I posed the problem and they provided with answer.

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