BigBlueButton for non-KDE stuff?
valorie.zimmerman at gmail.com
Fri Jul 10 05:45:02 BST 2020
Let me say upfront that I don't know of a policy. However....
On Thu, Jul 9, 2020 at 5:03 AM Pau Garcia Quiles <pgquiles at elpauer.org>
> I was wondering if there is a policy or restriction to use meet.kde.org
> Why this question?
> Uyuni (https://www.uyuni-project.org/) is an open source systems
> management solution, at the moment mostly driven by SUSE (because Uyuni is
> the upstream for SUSE Manager). Uyuni is not associated with KDE, and only
> loosely associated with openSUSE.
> We started Uyuni Community Hours a couple of months ago, to great success.
> We were using GoToMeeting because that's what I had from SUSE but now we
> would like to move to an open source conferencing tool and are looking for
> a home.
> openSUSE offers Jitsi (meet.opensuse.org), which has the problem of not
> allowing room reservations.
> KDE's BigBlueButton allows reservations but I was wondering if it's OK to
> use meet.kde.org for non-KDE related discussion.
> Pau Garcia Quiles
Kubuntu asked the BBB team years ago if we could have a free account, which
was generously offered. Why not try out their trial server at
https://bigbluebutton.org/ and then either ask for a free account or set up
the software on a server somewhere? It is free software, and the devels are
very nice people.
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