I wish delta will implement peer to peer voip. if both user use delta then the voip will be available other wise it can show no available.
I think it is possible because for p2p no need server. the chatting is enough as a messaging app but just the only thing messing is real time viop. hmm, jisti invite link is not enough.
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I’m the chief developer and CEO of Helper.World. I had the idea of a messenger that uses e-mails.
Hey, you had the same idea.
Now, I have the idea of integrating WebRTC into Delta.Chat like I did with Helper.World. We use WebRTC not only for video and audio, but for text messages, too. So my intension is to open a WebRTC channel by exchanging the ICE packages over e-mail. If this is done, chat will be much faster. And delta.chat will be able to support audio/video as well.
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The challenge is getting that p2p connection, many times a signalling server is required to establish the p2p connection.
So, I think jitsi is only solution. btw, In matrix (Element client) they add it very well for group call. If I just press the call button it automatically create the call without needing manually setup link also it is possible to join under this app no need extra app for mobile or no need to go browser for desktop.
There is still a STUN/TURN server behind the scenes. For Matrix it’s relatively easy to deploy, because most users are on the
matrix.org server and there is a clear howto on how to add TURN to your synapse server installation:
Delta Chat works with more or less any email server as long as it supports standard IMAP and SMTP protocols, but email users normally don’t have a STUN/TURN server needed for call relaying.
The existing Jitsi integration is awesome