- 1 Bitrate
- 2 Re: Bitrate
- 3 Please add some important links on the main page like "Building from Source", "Server HOWTO"
- 4 Re: Please add some important links on the main page...
- 5 Re: Please add some important links on the main page...
- 6 Re: Please add some important links on the main page...
- 7 Mac client
- 8 missing links
- 9 Re: missing links
How about give Mumble the option to set a max bitrate for audio stream ?
if u got it right, the data volume can increase in some cases 5.8 Mbit/s and thats for only 10 users i dont know anyone, who got a 23 Mbit/s connection for a private internet access, to hear a 40 ppl server case.
It's O.K. on LAN, but i don't see it in an Internet-Based voice chat.
First of all, this is not a comment about the wiki, it's a question, and as such belongs on the SF forums :) (Click SourceForge to the left).
Second, this has been included in murmur for over a year now ;)
I have searched for an installation guide (building from svn source), but I could not find anything on the official mumble webpages. I think a Building from Source guide would be a good idea, because the last binary release is a little bit old and there are already many external HOWTOs which try to describe this procedure but they are not up-to-date. A Server HOWTO would also be nice. Oh, I see there are already articles like Configuring Murmur and Running Murmur, but no page links to them. Maybe you can design the main page more clearly like  or . -- Xylo 09:09, 20 June 2007 (PDT)
I couldn't agree more. And of course the should be displayed in a somewhat organized way. On a sidenote: The mainpage is not editable by "normal" users, i can see that this may be on purpose, because of Spam protection, but calls to use/contribute to the wiki, as heared in the forums, make not that much sense if the pages are not linked in.
No specific clue for the layout but here are some examples:
- Server Coniguration: Configuring_Murmur
- Running the Server: Running_Murmur
- Init Skript: Murmur_Init_Script
- ACL & Groups: ACL and Groups
- Advanced Client Configuration: Advanced_client_configuration
- Supported Games: Games
- Client Problems: Problems
I created Installing Mumble so most important information about installing is in one page. Maybe it's useful to add it to the main page, or replace the current links (building) with it (the page already includes links to the building pages). As it is now it may appear that you have to compile mumble and that there are no binaries available. And there is a little typo in Server configuration (f missing)
I still think more links are necessary. Most of the pages don't get much attention. So the main page doesn't get filled with a bunch of links, I suggest including a link to All pages. That will put it in plain view of everyone instead of hidden in the "Special pages" link on the left menu where I'm sure a large majority of people don't know about it. --Pilot 51 06:20, 11 October 2007 (PDT)
Are there any plans for developing a Mac client anytime soon? Dreamer 04:55, 14 October 2007 (PDT)
== Re: Mac client Mumble now supports Mac.
Links have been added.