[technology taskforce] Mozilla Firefox Hello - free video and voice calls directly from the browser
Beran Gillen - Yahoo
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Thu Feb 26 08:32:30 UTC 2015
Judith since we are both Mac users, is it out for Mac yet ?
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> On 25 Feb 2015, at 13:25, Judith Hellerstein <judith at jhellerstein.com> wrote:
> Hi Dev,
> Looking forward to trying it. We need to wait a bit to demo it as it has not migrated to all the versions. Firefox said they are doing a gradual release so check back in a few weeks.
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> On 2/25/2015 7:29 AM, Dev Anand Teelucksingh wrote:
>> "Firefox Hello lets you make free video and voice calls directly from the browser. All you need are a microphone, a webcam (optional), and the latest version of Firefox to call friends who are on WebRTC-supported browsers like Firefox, Chrome, or Opera."
>> This is similar in concept to Jitsi Meet (https://meet.jit.si/) tested earlier but now integrated with Firefox so its even easier. Apparently, Mozilla is using OpenTok (https://tokbox.com/), a WebRTC platform for adding live video, voice, and messaging to websites and mobile apps.
>> See https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/hello/ and
>> Also, the screenshots and video
>> shows Firefox on MacOS X so this should work with MacOS X and I suspect
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