Mumble: Open Source, Low Latency, High Quality Voice Chat.
Originally created for gamers, but it is also used to record podcasts etc.
An idea of how powerful Mumble is: it has been used to connect Eve Online players with huge communities of over 100 simultaneous voice participants.
Install it right away from the software repositories of Linux of your choice, or use a universal Snap-package!
Or through flatpak, might I add
@linux 100... I think the pirate party Mumble had several hundreds, if not thousands on one server for a certain event 😉
Impressive! Mumble just got a big update recently. Maybe the development reaches new heights from now on.
@linux ha, and that was a few years ago. it took ages for Mumble 1.3.0 to actually be released, but if you just want stable, reliable voice chats, Mumble is most likely the best users/hardware ratio you'll get...
@linux My problem is that development seems to have halted.
1.3 came out this month though.
@linux Oh .. Sounds good.
...as a snap and flatpak. Originally looks like August and also It's Foss made news about it only recently.
@linux Then my second problem was that the mobile clients are not maintained anymore. :-(
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