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== Video conferencing ==
 
== Video conferencing ==
  
My current inclination is to use Jitsi Meet, since it is pretty much the only game in town for open source video conferencing. Meetings can be created for free at https://meet.jit.si/ , but if we encounter performance problems, we can self-host the server software. In my experience, three hours is too much for a single video call. I think we should either split it into two blocks of one hour, or move to biweekly meetings of one hour each.
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My current inclination is to use Jitsi Meet, since it is pretty much the only game in town for open source video conferencing. Meetings can be created for free at https://meet.jit.si/ , but if we encounter performance problems, we can self-host the server software.
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In my experience, three hours is too much for a single video call. I think we should either split it into two blocks of one hour, or move to biweekly meetings of one hour each.
  
 
Please write your thoughts below. -- [[User:Tim|Tim]] ([[User talk:Tim|talk]]) 21:46, 29 March 2020 (AEDT)
 
Please write your thoughts below. -- [[User:Tim|Tim]] ([[User talk:Tim|talk]]) 21:46, 29 March 2020 (AEDT)

Latest revision as of 20:56, 29 March 2020

Video conferencing

My current inclination is to use Jitsi Meet, since it is pretty much the only game in town for open source video conferencing. Meetings can be created for free at https://meet.jit.si/ , but if we encounter performance problems, we can self-host the server software.

In my experience, three hours is too much for a single video call. I think we should either split it into two blocks of one hour, or move to biweekly meetings of one hour each.

Please write your thoughts below. -- Tim (talk) 21:46, 29 March 2020 (AEDT)