Preparations for Ubuntu summit
Posted Jun 19, 2006 15:52 UTC (Mon) by job
Parent article: Preparations for Ubuntu summit
"For VOIP, we're going to be using TeamSpeak[...]is not free software. We couldn't find any free software that met the requirements we had for this conference in the timescales we had to work with."
I almost spilled my coffee here. What? Few areas are so dominated by free software as voip is. What is it they want to do?
Just a simple conference could be set up with Asterisk in seconds, and people can call in with any client. I think Ubuntu includes Ekiga, which also happens to run some public servers with conferencing (a quick google search found this).
I'm sure there are tons of other similar applications around.
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