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Ejabberd
'ejabberd' is a multi-platform, scalable, distributed, and fault-tolerant XMPP Jabber server. It supports advanced features such as multi-user chat, IRC transport, publish and subscribe services, Jabber user directory, a Web-based administration interface, an HTTP polling service, SSL and TLS support, LDAP and external authentication.
Ekiga
Ekiga (formely known as GnomeMeeting) is a SoftPhone, Video Conferencing and Instant Messenger application over the Internet. It supports HD sound quality and video up to DVD size and quality. It is interoperable with many other standard compliant software, hardware and service providers as it uses both the major telephony standards (SIP and H.323).
Farstream
The Farstream (formerly Farsight2) project is an effort to create a framework to deal with all known audio/video conferencing protocols. On one side it offers a generic API that makes it possible to write plugins for different streaming protocols, on the other side it offers an API for clients to use those plugins. This package provides Python bindings for Farstream.
Gajim
Gajim is a Jabber/XMPP client written in PyGTK. Gajim works nicely with GNOME, but does not require it to run.
Jitsi
Jitsi Desktop, formerly known as the SIP Communicator and briefly known as just Jitsi, is a VoIP and instant messaging application that supports protocols such as SIP, XMPP/Jabber, AIM/ICQ and IRC. It can handle every firewall, and has many other useful features. This package is maintained by the community. Video conferencing capabilities evolved out of this original project and are maintained by the Jitsi team under 8×8 which acquires the whole Jitsi Technology in 2018. So the said Jitsi can also refers to a set of free software projects including Jitsi-Meet and Jitsi-Videobridge. More information at https://jitsi.org/
Jitsi-Meet
More secure, more flexible, and completely free video conferencing. Go ahead, video chat with the whole team. In fact, invite everyone you know. Jitsi Meet is a fully encrypted, 100% open source video conferencing solution that you can use all day, every day, for free — with no account needed. What else can you do with Jitsi Meet?

Community contact

Share your desktop, presentations, and more Invite users to a conference via a simple, custom URL Edit documents together using Etherpad Pick fun meeting URLs for every meeting

Trade messages and emojis while you video conference, with integrated chat.
Jitsi-Videobridge
Build massively scalable multiparty video applications Stop mixing video channels and start using Jitsi Videobridge instead. It’s a Selective Forwarding Unit (SFU) designed to run thousands of video streams from a single server — and it’s fully open source and WebRTC compatible.
Libslack
Libslack is a library of general utilities designed to make UNIX/C programming a bit easier on the eye. It was originally implemented as part of the daemon program. It is a small library with lots of functionality and is accurately documented and thoroughly tested. Good library naming conventions are not rigorously observed on the principle that common operations should always be easy to write and code should always be easy to read.
Linphone
Linphone is an Internet phone or Voice Over IP phone (VoIP). It lets you make two-party phone calls using the Internet.

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