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TinyMinds.org: Interview with the Gnomemeeting Team

Dec 31, 2002, 01:00 (1 Talkback[s])

"GnomeMeeting is a GNU/Linux H.323 compatible client. It is compatible with Netmeeting and other H.323 products. It's licensed under the GNU/GPL, which means the source code is open. You can download GnomeMeeting for free on http://www.gnomemeeting.org. It's written by Damien Sandras [dsandras at seconix.com], who answers our questions about GnomeMeeting in the interview below.

"Does it support, or will it support logging?

"GnomeMeeting doesn't natively support logging in a file. However, you have several ways to log operations at different levels. At the debug level, you can run it with the--debug debug_level (debug_level between 1 and 6), and redirect the output into a file. That will permit us to have a log of all things that happened during calls, and while waiting for a call..."

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