Jami

Jami

Daniel Llewellyn (diddledan) Publisher
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Jami is only available on the unstable edge channel. It could break and change often.

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Jami, formally Ring: secure, distributed communication software & SIP client

Jami is free software which allows its users to communicate in multiple ways.

  • A telephone: a simple tool to connect, communicate and share.
  • A teleconferencing tool: easily join calls to create conferences with multiple participants.
  • A media sharing tool: Jami supports a variety of video input options, including mutliple cameras and image and video files, and the selection of audio inputs and outputs; all this is supported by multiple high quality audio and video codecs.
  • A messenger: send text messeges during calls or out of calls (as long as your peer is connected).
  • A building block for your IoT project: re-use the universal communications technology of Jami with its portable library on your system of choice.

Upstream Project: https://jami.net/ snapcraft.yaml Build Definition: https://github.com/diddlesnaps/jami/blob/master/snap/snapcraft.yaml

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Details for Jami

License
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Last updated
19 August 2020

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Users by distribution (log)

Ubuntu 18.04
Ubuntu 20.04
Ubuntu 19.10
Zorin OS 15
Manjaro
Linux Mint 19.3
Ubuntu 16.04
Debian 10
Raspbian 10
Linux Mint 20

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