Me and a couple of friends have decided to play the game called
OpenArena (and open source version of
Quake III) together some day this week.
When we play games we like to be able speak to each other with using
In the past we have used
Skype for this but I have started to dislike proprietary software and want to replace it with software that is free (as in freedom) where I can.
I am using
Trisquel gnu/linux as my operating system but my friends are using
VoIP client I need must be:
- able to support multiple people at the same time in our conversation.
- completely free (as in freedom).
- completely free of charge.
- able to run on
- able to communicate with my friends who are using
I also need to know how it should communicate with Windows.
Is the client completely cross-platform which allows them to use the same client as me? Does it use a standard protocol that enables it to communicate with a different client that works on Windows? and if so, what client should my friends use?
I would also like it to be:
- lightweight (my laptop is a couple of years old and bought used).
- easy to install and set up.