#jitsi eats a lot of CPU. This is our game session from yesterday: five people joined the conference, all of us with video. Some (or all?) of us switched to the "low bandwidth" setting, hoping it would simply help others with bandwidth. No idea what it does. 😃
This virtual machine has two cores and six GB of RAM, and it serves all my sites and webapps, too.
@kensanata not sure if this is correct, but some ppl said that Jitsi communication becomes much more expensive if any party uses FF instead of Chrome/chromium. Unconfirmed yet.
@arjenpdevries I have no idea; I do use Firefox, though.
@kensanata i still don't understand the reason for using video chats. Besides that it's imho a privacy invasion if one does not blur the background it makes no real sense unless you have to show something. Mumble works quite good for audio conferences.
@lioh I'm talking with friends.
@gurubert no I haven’t. Good idea!
An update on Jami, hot off the press:
@muppeth I am totally into video!
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