Lets have a thread for the only successful thing ever made by /g/.
Come join the groupchat: firstname.lastname@example.org
For the newfags: https://tox.im/
What do you want to see in Tox next?
>What do you want to see in Tox next?
A client that has a UI that answers to modern standards. I want qTox to succeed, I really do, but it just looks like a native Linux application from 2005.
What languages are you familiar with? Or can you contribute in some other way?
The whole project is on github, from the core (which is written in C), to the clients.
I recommend reading the wiki to get a solid understanding of how tox works, joining the IRC (#tox on freenode) and then finding where you fit in.
You can also talk to them on the groupbox (email@example.com)
No worries, I'm sure you'll be able to contribute, there is a client written in C# called Toxy, you can find the github repo here:
if you use some kind of a cloud service, there is a script that PGP encrypts your tox datafile and stores it in a specified directory which can then be synced via the cloud.
ive been following development closely, i hope someone from dev is here. i would also like to say great job on group chat audio, weve wanted it for so long, and finally got it. heres what i think matters for people next:
the audio filter needs to be less aggressive. it rapes the audio worse than any other programs various filters ive ever used.
volume controls, for your own volume, and others (individual AND one for across the board. there needs to be both). and yes, i know most os's can do these things, but i believe voips should have these options anyway. just doesnt seem right without it.
>the audio filter needs to be less aggressive
That's why you can disable it. The filter is for normalfags with shitty laptop mics that don't know how to configure their mic properly.