After spending many months brainstorming with some folks from JWCU, the largest worker coop in Japan with something like 15,000 members, I now think we need better video conferencing software designed for easy customization and extension.
The large coops seem to need both features and reliability that seem difficult to achieve with the currently available free software toolset.
If JWCU provided valuable functional requirements, Meet.coop revealed the operational requirements - the ideal software would should allow for plenty of load testing, monitoring, etc.
I want to experiment with a software design with an emphasis of easy customization, installation, etc, and lends itself to what I may call as “crowd programming”. I am thinking of using Intel WebRTC and NixOS as a starter.
I hope to see you all again soon!!