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Re^2: Is a Perl Skype-like VoIP connection possible?

by Polyglot (Friar)
on Aug 29, 2021 at 09:20 UTC ( #11136172=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Is a Perl Skype-like VoIP connection possible?
in thread Is a Perl Skype-like VoIP connection possible?

Pardon my ignorance, but it appears Jitsi is a link embedder, and I haven't grasped at all how embedding a link, or links (into what, exactly?), could help accomplish this. If there are some FOSS options, what, besides Jitsi, might you have been alluding to?

Blessings,

~Polyglot~

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Re^3: Is a Perl Skype-like VoIP connection possible?
by hippo (Bishop) on Aug 29, 2021 at 09:41 UTC
    it appears Jitsi is a link embedder

    It isn't clear at all how you came to that conclusion. Jitsi is a VoIP + IM solution.

    If there are some FOSS options

    There are loads of them. I would be using Asterisk for VoIP and probably Prosody for IM. If you are looking for a Perl answer then DJabberd is still available but (unfortunately) it has had no active development for a long time.

    Update: although DJabberd hasn't seen a release in a decade there actually has been some more recent activity over on the github repo so it might not be quite such bad news on that front as it first appeared.


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      Here's what I found when I looked for Jitsi:

      https://metacpan.org/release/JHTHORSEN/LinkEmbedder-1.20/source/lib/LinkEmbedder/Link/Jitsi.pm

      Thank you for the additional ideas. I'll see what I can find on those.

      Blessings,

      ~Polyglot~

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