mumble-web VS Mattermost

Compare mumble-web vs Mattermost and see what are their differences.

mumble-web

An HTML5 Mumble client (by Johni0702)

Mattermost

Mattermost is an open source platform for secure collaboration across the entire software development lifecycle. (by mattermost)
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mumble-web Mattermost
3 41
559 21,549
- 1.3%
0.6 9.9
about 1 month ago 5 days ago
JavaScript Go
- GNU General Public License v3.0 or later
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mumble-web

Posts with mentions or reviews of mumble-web. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-06-17.

Mattermost

Posts with mentions or reviews of Mattermost. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-12-01.
  • The Future of Data Engineering
    1 project | dev.to | 1 Dec 2021
    The most advanced companies, though, are going beyond the concept of a shared service center and are proactively creating dedicated resources for individual teams. This takes the term "data-driven" to another level. Instead of using data to perform existing tasks with more velocity and impact, teams at companies like Mattermost are designing and rebuilding initiatives, tactics, systems, and processes in partnership with data engineering.
  • Ask HN: Who is hiring? (December 2021)
    32 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 1 Dec 2021
    We are currently hiring:

    - Senior Site Reliability Engineer (Americas)

    - Senior Security Engineer (Europe)

    - DevOps Engineer (Europe)

    - Senior Full Stack Engineer - Focalboard Team

    - Full Stack Engineer - Focalboard Team

    - Senior Engineering Manager- Cloud

    - Full Stack Engineer - Growth Team

    - Data Engineer - Growth Team

    - Senior Front End React Native Engineer

    - Senior React Native Engineer - Platform Team

    - Business Development Representative, UK or Germany

    Please submit your application here: https://mattermost.com/careers/ or send your resume to [email protected]

    To learn about all the ways to get involved with our community visit https://mattermost.com/contribute/

  • What are the REST API reference projects that can be used as a guide in 2021?
    10 projects | reddit.com/r/golang | 24 Nov 2021
  • Schleswig-Holstein wechselt mit 25.000 PCs zu LibreOffice
    1 project | reddit.com/r/de | 20 Nov 2021
  • Installation via Docker-Compose - Can't get it to work
    3 projects | reddit.com/r/Mattermost | 13 Nov 2021
    version: "3" services: db: build: db read_only: true restart: unless-stopped volumes: - ./volumes/db/var/lib/postgresql/data:/var/lib/postgresql/data - /etc/localtime:/etc/localtime:ro environment: - POSTGRES_USER=mmuser - POSTGRES_PASSWORD=mmuser_password - POSTGRES_DB=mattermost # uncomment the following to enable backup # - AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID=XXXX # - AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=XXXX # - WALE_S3_PREFIX=s3://BUCKET_NAME/PATH # - AWS_REGION=us-east-1 app: build: context: app # uncomment following lines for team edition or change UID/GID args: - edition=team # - PUID=1000 # - PGID=1000 # - MM_VERSION=5.31 restart: unless-stopped volumes: - ./volumes/app/mattermost/config:/mattermost/config:rw - ./volumes/app/mattermost/data:/mattermost/data:rw - ./volumes/app/mattermost/logs:/mattermost/logs:rw - ./volumes/app/mattermost/plugins:/mattermost/plugins:rw - ./volumes/app/mattermost/client-plugins:/mattermost/client/plugins:rw - /etc/localtime:/etc/localtime:ro # When you want to use SSO with GitLab, you have to add the cert pki chain of GitLab inside Alpine # to avoid Token request failed: certificate signed by unknown authority (link: https://github.com/mattermost/mattermost-server/issues/13059) # - /pki_chain.pem:/etc/ssl/certs/pki_chain.pem:ro environment: # set same as db credentials and dbname - MM_USERNAME=mmuser - MM_PASSWORD=mmuser_password - MM_DBNAME=mattermost # use the credentials you've set above, in the format: # MM_SQLSETTINGS_DATASOURCE=postgres://${MM_USERNAME}:${MM_PASSWORD}@db:5432/${MM_DBNAME}?sslmode=disable&connect_timeout=10 - MM_SQLSETTINGS_DATASOURCE=postgres://mmuser:[email protected]:5432/mattermost?sslmode=disable&connect_timeout=10 # in case your config is not in default location #- MM_CONFIG=/mattermost/config/config.json web: build: web ports: - "4000:80" - "4443:443" read_only: true restart: unless-stopped volumes: # This directory must have cert files if you want to enable SSL - ./volumes/web/cert:/cert:ro - /etc/localtime:/etc/localtime:ro cap_drop: - ALL
  • Open Source
    1 project | reddit.com/r/linuxmemes | 12 Nov 2021
    Mattermost
  • Tell me any app, and I respond an open source alternative.
    12 projects | reddit.com/r/memes | 12 Nov 2021
    Mastodon, Linux, PeerTube, Nextcloud, Mattermost, Signal, Telegram, Element and XMPP.
  • Use forums rather than Slack/Discord to support developer community
    20 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 8 Nov 2021
    So what's everyone's favourite forum software? Which of the many packages out there would actually be suitable to replicate the usability of Slack/Discord, without making all of the messages disappear like in a black hole?

    1) Discourse: https://www.discourse.org/

    Looks pretty modern and also offers managed instances if you'd like, but i can't help but to feel that it's pretty JS heavy and there is perhaps too much whitespace, which makes navigating longer threads somewhat cumbersome. To me, it seems like a case of UI > UX, which is an upsetting trend that i've noticed ("make something pretty rather than something functional").

    2) Flarum: https://flarum.org/

    This one is perhaps a bit better in my eyes as far as the UX is concerned and seems to have actually been developed as a mobile first forum. It does have that modern look while at the same time being reasonably functional, and the idea of putting the forum structure tree in the sidebar actually works pretty well!

    3) phpBB: https://www.phpbb.com/

    Personally, this is my favourite from the "traditional" forum software, since it's really usable, it keeps a good information density, doesn't lose usability and isn't as JS heavy as any of the other alternatives. Also, there are plenty of plugins and even the default functionality provides you with most of the things that you'd like in a piece of forum software and the hardware requirements are pretty low.

    As someone who runs a phpBB forum or two myself, the biggest pain is perhaps updating, since you run into the very same issue of never knowing whether an update will break something or not and you might have to manually alter some config files if things go sideways. Also, admittedly, the admin UX could be better, but i guess that's just the software showing its age.

    That said, old is not necessarily always worse.

    4) Simple Machines Forum: https://www.simplemachines.org/

    To me, it looks like a slightly simpler alternative to phpBB, with similarly good readability, slightly lower information density, but overall a very similar look and feel to phpBB. Can't talk much about its features, but some people have recommended it in the past.

    Also, in regards to the free plan memory limitations, has anyone here experimented with self-hosted IM solutions? Personally i'm running a Rocket.Chat (https://rocket.chat/) instance which seems pretty nice and functional, for example, for a smaller software developer team, though others also have had good experiences with Mattermost (https://mattermost.com/) or other software.

  • Ask HN: Who is hiring? (November 2021)
    31 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 1 Nov 2021
    Mattermost | Open source | Remote | https://mattermost.com/ Mattermost is a flexible, open source messaging platform that enables secure team collaboration. Try out Playbooks for Incident Collaboration and Focalboard for open source project management

    We are currently hiring:

    - Senior Engineering Manager- Cloud

    - Senior Full Stack Engineer - Playbooks Team

    - Full Stack Engineer - Channels Team

    - Senior React Native Engineer

    - Business Development Representative, UK

    - Business Development Representative, Germany

    - Senior Developer Advocate

    - Solutions Engineer

    - Senior Solutions Marketing Manager

    Please submit your application here: https://mattermost.com/careers/ or send your resume to [email protected]

    To learn about all the ways to get involved with our community visit https://mattermost.com/contribute/

  • Mattermost-Server Release v6.0.0
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 12 Oct 2021

What are some alternatives?

When comparing mumble-web and Mattermost you can also consider the following projects:

Zulip - Zulip server and web app—powerful open source team chat

Rocket.Chat - The communications platform that puts data protection first.

Jitsi Meet - Jitsi Meet - Secure, Simple and Scalable Video Conferences that you use as a standalone app or embed in your web application.

Synapse - Synapse: Matrix homeserver written in Python 3/Twisted.

Live Helper Chat - Live Helper Chat - live support for your website. Featuring web and mobile apps, Voice & Video & ScreenShare. Supports Telegram, Twilio (whatsapp), Facebook messenger including building a bot.

Vector - A glossy Matrix collaboration client for the web.

WebRTC-Scalable-Broadcast - This module simply initializes socket.io and configures it in a way that single broadcast can be relayed over unlimited users without any bandwidth/CPU usage issues. Everything happens peer-to-peer!

Mumble - Mumble is an open-source, low-latency, high quality voice chat software.

Matrix Console Web

ZeroNet - ZeroNet - Decentralized websites using Bitcoin crypto and BitTorrent network

matrix-docker-ansible-deploy - Matrix (An open network for secure, decentralized communication) server setup using Ansible and Docker

Freenet - Freenet REference Daemon