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Backstory I need to store binary and large files in git, more specifically in GitHub, which supports LFS. However, I only get 1 GB of LFS space for free, after that I have to pay $60/year for 50 GB (price as of 9 Aug 2019). Well, I already have a Dropbox subscription, so why pay … Continue reading “Configuring Git LFS To Use Dropbox”
For those of you who do not know, Matterbridge (https://github.com/42wim/matterbridge/) is an application that bridges two or more channels/rooms from 1 or more chat platforms to each other so that users in each can talk to each other. Being a statically linked, single binary, installation is fairly easy. Configuration is also fairly simple. However some … Continue reading “How to Install and Setup Matterbridge”
In my previous blog article, An Introduction to WebRTC Signaling, I presented the basic flow of two web browsers exchanging SDP through a signaling server. I left out quite a few of the details, but for the most part, those refinements were very geeky and unnecessary to the points I wanted to express. However, there … Continue reading “Understanding WebRTC Media Connections — ICE, STUN, and TURN”
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