Wahay is an application that allows you to easily host and participate in voice conference calls, without the need for any centralized servers or services.

Could be interesting. Definitely something to watch. It appears that it lacks OS support though. Gotta give it a +1 for focusing on Linux first though.


Wahay is developed by the NGO Centro de Autonomía Digital, based in Quito, Ecuador.


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