Felix Singer email@example.com writes:
thanks for reaching out :)
On Thu, 2022-02-03 at 08:11 -0500, Greg Troxel wrote:
However, if I were, then I would reject anything that requires a Google account (or even worse, a facebook account), and also reject anything that requires installing proprietary software.
A Google account for Google Meet is not needed. It depends on the room settings. So I'm wondering, do you reject Google services in general or just if an account is needed?
That's a bit complicated. I find needing accounts (at ad companies) to be the biggest issue, and then there are lesser issues:
I don't think Free Software projects should use proprietary tools, if it's possible/reasonable to avoid them. I realize with videoconferencing that's difficult these days, and it's necessary to make project progress.
(I also realize I'm an outlier; I originally commented privately and was asked to re-comment onlist.)