[Cake] mo bettah open source multi-party videoconferncing in an age of bloated uplinks?
Anthony Minessale II
anthm at freeswitch.com
Sat Mar 28 02:53:12 EDT 2020
Working on this a bit right now. I have the controls to tell the browser to
send less manually but not auto. We might add transport-cc as google seems
to have picked that one. We can have you on a call sometime to test.
On Fri, Mar 27, 2020 at 12:27 PM Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
> sort of an outgrowth of this convo:
> I imagine worldwide videoconferencing quality could be much better if
> we could convince more folk to
> finally install sqm or upgrade to a working docsis 3.1 solution, etc.
> Maybe some rag somewhere will finally pick up on bufferbloat solutions
> and run with it? Or we can write some articles? Or reach out to school
> systems? Or?
> I've been fiddling with jitsi, and am about to give freeswitch a try.
> Last I looked freeswitch's otherwise pretty nifty conference bridge
> didn't dynamically adjust at all due to e2e signalling, but that was
> years ago. (?)
> I have to admit that p2p multiparty videoconferencing seems more
> plausible in a de-bufferbloated age, but
> haven't explored what tools are available. (?)
> There's also been this somewhat entertaining convo on the ietf mbone
> Around me there has been this huge interest in "streaming". The user
> agreement for these (see restream.io's) is scary - and the copyright
> police have control... but I am very happy to report that even a
> couple really lousy long distance fq_codel'd ath9k links work *really*
> well (with facebook's implementation), where a non fq_codeled link
> (ath10k) failed miserably... and setting up a reflector in nginx also
> failed miserably.
> Anyone working on the ath10k AQL backport for openwrt as yet?
> Make Music, Not War
> Dave Täht
> CTO, TekLibre, LLC
> Tel: 1-831-435-0729
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