If you are looking for Jitsi Meet, the WebRTC compatible video conferencing product click here.

Mailing Lists
We use several mailing lists for Jitsi, hosted on http://lists.jitsi.org

You may want to subscribe to the users list if you have problems using the software, if you don’t understand an error message, you have an idea for a new bundle and want some feedback, etc. It is read by all the developers, plus a bunch of other knowledgeable folks. Check the archives before posting a question, chances are it has already been asked and answered a few times.

We ask developers to subscribe at least to the users, dev and issues lists but it’s generally a very good idea to subscribe to all of them.

Commiters are also expected to subscribe to the cruisecontrol and commits lists.

Real-time chat (IRC)

You can also talk to other users and developers in real time by joining the #jitsi channel on freenode.net’s IRC server (irc.freenode.net) with an IRC client, such as mIRC or XChat or the on-line client here. Note however that even though developers and expert Jitsi users will try to spend time in our IRC channel, it may often happen that members of the team are not present. Posting questions on our dev and users mailing lists is hence the most reliable way for getting a response.