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voice.tf - Public/private mumble servers
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newbie.tf
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http://voice.tf/

I made a public mumble server for everyone to use. Stop. Using. Discord.
IP: na.voice.tf
Port: 64738

It's free, but you can secure your username, private channels, or private ports by becoming a patron on Patreon. Other regions can be made if there's interest. :)

http://voice.tf/

I made a public mumble server for everyone to use. Stop. Using. Discord.
IP: na.voice.tf
Port: 64738

It's free, but you can secure your username, private channels, or private ports by becoming a patron on Patreon. Other regions can be made if there's interest. :)
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#2
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Another reason why Kevin Is, in fact, Pwn.

Another reason why Kevin Is, in fact, Pwn.
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#3
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payload for mumble incoming!

payload for mumble incoming!
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#4
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KevinIsPwnStop. Using. Discord.

why exactly?

[quote=KevinIsPwn]
Stop. Using. Discord.
[/quote]

why exactly?
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#5
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CitroMaindKevinIsPwnStop. Using. Discord.
why exactly?

its closed source,
worse voice quality than mumble,
way more resource intensive than mumble,
funded by tencent (chinese govt),
doesnt have acl,
probably is selling/will sell your data in the future

[quote=CitroMaind][quote=KevinIsPwn]
Stop. Using. Discord.
[/quote]

why exactly?[/quote]
its closed source,
worse voice quality than mumble,
way more resource intensive than mumble,
funded by tencent (chinese govt),
doesnt have acl,
probably is selling/will sell your data in the future
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#6
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Reeroits closed source,
worse voice quality than mumble,
way more resource intensive than mumble,
funded by tencent (chinese govt),
doesnt have acl,
probably is selling/will sell your data in the future

discord permissions is acl
also voice quality you really can't distinguish unless you really pay attention
also it's resource intensive because it's an electron app, which allows discord to have all the functionality it has

it's made for more than just voice, and if you need something for players to interact with other than just voice, discord still leads. It's not a bad platform, it's just for players who "care" about the little things, mumble will be there for them.

Moreover, seems like people have a genuine hatred towards discord, and that's okay. I'll keep using whatever, however for me the audio is unnoticable even with good audio gear. Some people have preferences, you should stick to that.

Yes, I use discord.

[quote=Reero]
its closed source,
worse voice quality than mumble,
way more resource intensive than mumble,
funded by tencent (chinese govt),
doesnt have acl,
probably is selling/will sell your data in the future[/quote]
discord permissions is acl
also voice quality you really can't distinguish unless you really pay attention
also it's resource intensive because it's an electron app, which allows discord to have all the functionality it has

it's made for more than just voice, and if you need something for players to interact with other than just voice, discord still leads. It's not a bad platform, it's just for players who "care" about the little things, mumble will be there for them.


Moreover, seems like people have a genuine hatred towards discord, and that's okay. I'll keep using whatever, however for me the audio is unnoticable even with good audio gear. Some people have preferences, you should stick to that.

Yes, I use discord.
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#7
newbie.tf
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24also voice quality you really can't distinguish unless you really pay attention

this may be true for you and others, but i get headaches from the conference-call/early 2010s-skype quality that discord has. i honestly don't know how it doesn't bother more people other than that people just haven't used anything better (hence, i make the better thing free)

the fact that people are comming with worse quality now than we were back in 2008 is insane

i use discord all the time for organizing things, communicating with the newbie mix community, etc., but the voice quality (and overlay) are genuinely terrible.

[quote=24]also voice quality you really can't distinguish unless you really pay attention[/quote]
this may be true for you and others, but i get headaches from the conference-call/early 2010s-skype quality that discord has. i honestly don't know how it doesn't bother more people other than that people just haven't used anything better (hence, i make the better thing free)

the fact that people are comming with worse quality now than we were back in 2008 is insane

i use discord all the time for organizing things, communicating with the newbie mix community, etc., but the voice quality (and overlay) are genuinely terrible.
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#8
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24Reeroits closed source,
worse voice quality than mumble,
way more resource intensive than mumble,
funded by tencent (chinese govt),
doesnt have acl,
probably is selling/will sell your data in the future
discord permissions is acl
also voice quality you really can't distinguish unless you really pay attention
also it's resource intensive because it's an electron app, which allows discord to have all the functionality it has

it's made for more than just voice, and if you need something for players to interact with other than just voice, discord still leads. It's not a bad platform, it's just for players who "care" about the little things, mumble will be there for them.

Have you used mumble? The voice quality is 100% distinguishable. And yeah it's cool that you can chat with each other on discord but you aren't chatting in the middle of a scrim/official.

[quote=24][quote=Reero]
its closed source,
worse voice quality than mumble,
way more resource intensive than mumble,
funded by tencent (chinese govt),
doesnt have acl,
probably is selling/will sell your data in the future[/quote]
discord permissions is acl
also voice quality you really can't distinguish unless you really pay attention
also it's resource intensive because it's an electron app, which allows discord to have all the functionality it has

it's made for more than just voice, and if you need something for players to interact with other than just voice, discord still leads. It's not a bad platform, it's just for players who "care" about the little things, mumble will be there for them.[/quote]
Have you used mumble? The voice quality is 100% distinguishable. And yeah it's cool that you can chat with each other on discord but you aren't chatting in the middle of a scrim/official.
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#9
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kiwimanHave you used mumble? The voice quality is 100% distinguishable. And yeah it's cool that you can chat with each other on discord but you aren't chatting in the middle of a scrim/official.

Of course I've used mumble! And I can't tell the difference, even with "good" audio gear. Stick to whatever you want, I just wanted to point out some flaws I saw.

[quote=kiwiman]
Have you used mumble? The voice quality is 100% distinguishable. And yeah it's cool that you can chat with each other on discord but you aren't chatting in the middle of a scrim/official.[/quote]
Of course I've used mumble! And I can't tell the difference, even with "good" audio gear. Stick to whatever you want, I just wanted to point out some flaws I saw.
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