I've been running mumble servers for 4 years now, for guilds in games and a large public server in NZ
You folks who've made mumble have done an awesome job, and I'm slowly converting people to it one guild at a time.
The things I've noticed that make it hard for people to convert from vent/teamspeak(due to mumble being free, opensource, better sounding/voice normalisation) to this are simple, not bugs, but should be easily sorted if anyones interested
these are basically the things I've noticed people have problems with(most of them are vary between computer illiterate and semi) :
Push to talk Vs auto voice activated: Push to talk setup on the install should be the recommended over the auto voice activation. Most people have problems setting up the voice activated setup on mumble install and end up breathing heavy/having music blaring in the backround,
Possible solution: if the client had the person forced to choose a push to talk button, and the voice activation left to be setup in the settings menu if they choose to, alot of confusion would be gone for alot of vent converters.
SSL Auto Message: the Huge auto SSL message on first time Join of a run of the mill server to long did not read is the usual, but click no, then can't get on
Possible solution: bold red text at the top with a short message saying this is the auto security certificate, click yes if you wish to connect, no if not.
None of these are demands, just what I've noticed, any of these fixed up would make the task of converting the masses to mumble alot easyer
I love mumble its been an awesome program, far better quality than vent, with no super loud voices or super quiet ones, cuts out non-voice as much as possible, and doesnt require stupid licencing solutions to host a free server
Edit: At the time Of Writing, I've been using the 1.2.3a mumble/murmur client/server if any of these have been addressed in 1.2.4 Please ignore, Cheers
Edit to remove things already fixed in 1.2.4.
Last edited by darkcon
on Sun Feb 10, 2013 1:28 pm, edited 3 times in total.