Privacy is the central idea behind this project. Only open technologies (such as WebRTC) are used, which work with all modern browsers. Thus, no installation of additional software is required and the approach remains future-proof.
Download or clone the project to your local machine and you are ready to go:
npm install npm run start
However, there is also an option to use the app in your own projects. The following options are available:
In general Briefing is free, however a commercial license is also available, which I ask you to purchase, especially for "white labeling" applications. Otherwise, I appreciate support for the project through sponsorship via GitHub to support further development. Thanks.
The terms of the EUPL (European Union Public License 1.2) must be followed, which are similar to those of the GPL. Modifications must also be free and made available to the public under the same license. For a quick overview of the license, see https://choosealicense.com/licenses/eupl-1.2/. This license is also available in the European Community languages.
For commercial use or closed source projects / "white labeling" I offer a license with the following conditions:
Worldwide, non-exclusive, non-transferable, non-sublicensable license of Briefing, as found at https:// github.com/holtwick/briefing/, for use in purchaser's products, as long as the resulting software is not in competition with Briefing itself. Any liability is excluded. The law of the Federal Republic of Germany applies exclusively.
My name is Dirk Holtwick. I am an independent software developer based in Germany. Learn more about my work at holtwick.de.
Contributions are always welcome. The best place to start is to add or respond to Issues.
To add or correct translations, start here: src/locales.
Version 1.0 was based on Webpack and had examples for iOS, Android, Windows, and Electron, as well as a separate signal server. It also offered background blur and image backgrounds via Unsplash. All of these implementations were deprecated. However, the code is still accessible via the legacy branch, but is no longer maintained or supported.
This document is also available in German language.