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Hi all,

please let it be like communicated for today and see, how this platform performs.
If it is needed I inĀ  the role of a moderator will send a mail on this channel with a "call to 
switch" to jitsi platform
as Florian mentioned.

Nevertheless my proposal is, to do the next public board meeting in 14 days in the jitis platform 
and try with some "how to" on client side..

Because independent of the platform there seems to be "best practises" like switching off video,
using special kind of browser, ... Perhaps we could have a short report of the results of
the test and a "Do and Do not" on client side.

Hear you in approx 2 h, take care and stay healthy

Am 27.03.2020 um 09:23 schrieb Cor Nouws:
Ilmari Lauhakangas wrote on 27/03/2020 08:53:

This is not what I expected. The last time we discussed this with BoD
members, BBB was supposed to be the fallback.

In the last test, BBB was suffering from similar issues as Jitsi:
browser using lots of CPU cycles, certain participant periodically
losing connection, audio stuttering.
I was happy to read about the tests done on TDF infra indeed. So to me
it looks natural to take advantage of the work of our team.

And no doubt that I'm really grateful towards Paolo for reaching out
here too! If needed, more than happy to use that.


Lothar Becker - CoChair of the LibreOffice TDF Certification Committee
hangout - skype lothar.becker (Karlsruhe)

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