so my idea is… jitsi is that cool open source, multi platform chat and video + audio conference tool that you can even use with/over google hangout… so it uses their servers but encrypts your stuff? (not sure!) 😀

„scalable and secure multi party video conference“

To use our debian/ubuntu stable repository:

install the Jitsi repository key onto your system

wget -qO – | sudo apt-key add –

create sources.list.d file with the repository

sudo sh -c „echo ‚deb stable/‘ > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/jitsi-stable.list“

update your package list

sudo apt-get -y update

install Jitsi

sudo apt-get -y install jitsi

Howto with Google Hangout:

Your Google password does not work… f**** sake why can’t that „just work“? 😀

When you sign up for 2-Step Verification, we normally send you verification codes. However, these codes do not work with some apps and devices, like Outlook. Instead, you’ll need to authorize the app or device the first time you use it to sign in to your Google Account by generating and entering an App password.

  1. Visit your App passwords page. You may be asked to sign in to your Google Account.
  2. At the bottom, click Select app and choose the app you’re using.
  3. Click Select device and choose the device you’re using.
  4. Select Generate.
  5. Follow the instructions to enter the App password (the 16 character code in the yellow bar) on your device.
  6. Select Done.

Once you are finished, you won’t see that App password code again. However, you will see a list of apps and devices you’ve created App passwords for.

Note: You may not be able to create an App password for less secure apps. Learn more about allowing less secure apps.

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