If you're into WebRTC, there's a conference going on right now that's surprisingly good (Livestream on YT):



The team working on Element.io is gonna be presenting soon on multiparty end-to-end encryption.

That was cool. It sounds like Matrix is working on a signaling standard which chooses a geographically close media server selected from the set of home servers in the group call, and coordinates peering between arbitrary SFU/MCU implementations.

If they get this right, we could see *highly* scalable conferences come out of Matrix, instead of being bound to a single Jitsi server.

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