[X2go-dev] Can x2go make use of Google's Open Sourcing announcement for WebRTC

brian mullan bmullan.mail at gmail.com
Fri Jun 3 04:27:18 CEST 2011

I read about this today and and although not a developer I wondered if this
could possibly be another
means to migrate from the NX libraries ?   It is for real time


*"Google's WebRTC codecs and intellectual property are all royalty-free,
come with a patent grant and the source code is available under a BSD
licence. Google<http://www.linuxtoday.com/news_story.php3?ltsn=2011-06-02-002-39-MM-SW#>obtained
the underlying audio technology when it acquired Global IP
Solutions in May 2010. GIPS was known for it's narrowband iLBC and wideband
iSAC voice codecs.

These codecs, along with Google's VP8 video codec are brought together in a
communications stack which includes network connection technology.

The network components manage NAT and firewall traversal, implement
buffering and error concealment for the audio and video streams and offer
support for peer to peer connections." *
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