concern over fedora's meeting videos

Matthew Miller mattdm at
Thu Jun 11 14:46:07 UTC 2015

On Thu, Jun 11, 2015 at 05:32:05PM +0300, Nikos Roussos wrote:
> >>  1. Somewhere around a dozen active participants allowed
> >>  2. Live stream to some larger number — "hundreds" is probably
> >>adequate
> >>  3. Recorded for later (ideally straight to an open format)
> >>  4. Either minimal fuss in setting up, or someone willing to do the
> >>     fussing.
> >Oh also: screen sharing or some other way of getting slides into the
> >presentation.
> Besides the live streaming, all of these are supported by many
> WebRTC solutions out there (eg.,,,
> etc)

Well, also besides supporting a dozen particants and recording. For
example, only supports up to five participants and as far as I
know doesn't do recording. is getting closer with 8, but
again, no recording. I think jitsi should support more participants,
but I didn't see a recording option there either.

Don't get me wrong, I'd love to use one of these things. And if you can
help us overcome those limitations in any way, awesome.

Matthew Miller
<mattdm at>
Fedora Project Leader

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