slides Amin Bandali is a free software activist, a GNU maintainer, a volunteer webmaster for the GNU Project, and a co-organizer of EmacsConf. Amin is also a free software consultant at Savoir-faire Linux, working on Jami, which is a free, libre, truly distributed, peer-to-peer solution for universal communication, which respects the freedom and privacy of its users. It’s an official GNU package, with a main goal of providing a framework for virtual communications, including audio/video calling and conferencing, text messaging, and file transfer. Being able to communicate online without compromising our software freedom or privacy has become a much larger issue since the coronavirus pandemic began last year, and Jami is an important step forward in solving these problems.
Having tried Jami some time ago and being quite underwhelmed, some of the new stuff does raise my interest again (by a lot). Well worth a watch!
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