Author: Rafael Bonifaz Date: To: The Tails public development discussion list Subject: Re: [Tails-dev] Wahay Re: Tor Control Port in Tails
El 12/3/20 a las 23:34, sajolida escribió: > sajolida:
>> Rafael Bonifaz:
>>> Last time I wrote to this list was related to the Mumble + Tails
>>> scripts. Here in CAD we have been working on GUI client that
>>> integrates Mumble and Tor Onion Service. The GUI is very simple you can
>>> host meetings and join meetings.
>>> At the moment we have a client that works in most modern Linux
>>> distributions and you can see the source.
>>> We also have a website, where you can download the binaries (of course
>>> that website needs a lot of work).
>> This sounds super cool! I really want to give it a try. I'm swamped with
>> billion things (as always) so it might take a while but I'll get to it.
>> One of my main concern with Mumble is the UX of the client itself,
>> especially the audio settings; on which the quality of the call depends
>> a lot.
>> It's unclear from your website if you replaced the UI of the Mumble
>> client or if you use the upstream one. Since you mention usability as
>> one of your goal on the GitHub page, I wonder if you concur with my
>> analysis and what's your approach to that.
> Tonight I tested Wahay and it's pretty cool! I also discovered that the
> Mumble UI has been seriously revamped in Buster and doesn't show the
> dreaded audio settings anymore. Yay!
> In attachments some screenshots of Wahay in action.
Well there is work to be done and bugs to be fix. So please if you can
help us test it it would be great.
> I think that we should seriously consider including it in Tails :)
That sounds awesome!!!
> Good job Rafael!
Actually, the job was done by my colleagues at CAD.
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