Jitsi is getting a lot of mentions here.
I wonder if people are aware of GNU Jami, a P2P solution.
Jami has end-to-end encryption while Jitsi is only encrypted during transit. The Jitsi server has your packets available in unencrypted form. If you can't trust a Jitsi server and need end-to-end encryption, Jami can be a good alternative.
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@yonetvice we hear literally nothing about this here in the Netherlands.
This is like a CLI, but is as user friendly as a GUI. And that's good for everyone. https://blog.repl.it/clui
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