[Slackbuilds-users] Google chrome?
rshepard at appl-ecosys.com
Sun May 31 20:55:14 UTC 2020
On Sun, 31 May 2020, Logan Rathbone wrote:
> That's probably the best approach in any event. If ringcentral is
> anything like Zoom (I believe you said previously it was an offshoot),
I must have mis-understood what the organization's tech said. RingCentral is
a business cloud-based phone system that also offers video and audio
conferencing. Zoom is also cloud based and offers webinars as well as video
and audio conferencing; fewer options than RingCentral. As far as I'm
concerned as a video conference presented the platform used is of no concern
as long as it supports Slackware linux.
> Even when I as a host have checked that checkbox, I've noticed that on
> Firefox you can only join the conference through your browser for the
> video portion, and to join by audio you have to call the toll-free number
> of the service.
Interesting. I just looked on the web for 'browser market share' and was
surprised to see that Chrome has a 68.06% share while firefox is in second
place with only a 8.21% share. While I suppose that I shouldn't be
surprised, I am.
> I don't understand this at all. Isn't the whole point of implementing
> these technologies in HTML5 to avoid these kinds of interoperability
I've asked this same question. If it's on the web who cares what browser
running on what OS is used to host or participate in activities? Seems
analagous to a gas station providing fuel to only Ford F-150s because
they're the most popular vehicle. Their gasolene won't run any other engine.
Thanks for your insights.
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