I'm interested in finding a VoIP solution but everything I've found seems to be ridden with features and a lot of the options I've found are expensive.
I'm working with a team of 5-10 people and we need to develop a custom website that allows us to log into the website and click "connect" - this connects us to anyone who's on the website.
This means we need to be able to support more than two people chatting at the same time.
I've found YATE and Speak Freely, but YATE requires a software phone client and Speak Freely seems to be outdated.
What technology would you suggest?
This will be computer-to-computer. Something like Speak Freely:
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But I don't want my team members to have to download anything to use the website - it should be a web service that accesses the microphone and broadcasts/listens to anyone else that's joined the room.
It looks like speakfreely doesn't support full-duplex communication either, meaning users can't listen and speak at the same time.