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Thanks for the correction. Fixed.

What intrigues me even more about this, is, will people actually use these features after the disease is finally over?

I am an expat. For me, this lockdown matter is actually an advantage: Suddenly, my friends at home and I are on an equal footing when it comes to partying. It would be nice is at least some of that would be preserved in post-COVID19 world. Also: What about digital nomads? Families split over different continents?

by martin_sustrikmartin_sustrik, 06 Apr 2020 04:09
Job (guest) 06 Apr 2020 03:12
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Kissing? What about hard making out or "docking" for men?

by Job (guest), 06 Apr 2020 03:12
John Curly Braces (guest) 06 Apr 2020 01:25
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Hey, nice ideas, mimicking a kiss seems like going too far, and I understand companies not having the features mentioned since as you said, they are mostly for business meetings, and the whole idea of a party over the internet was unthinkable before COVID19. What intrigues me even more about this, is, will people actually use these features after the disease is finally over? On one hand, if the group is really divided, then it would make sense to still use the app, but many people that used these features would end up just meeting together physically.

Finally, there is a small typo, it's cabeceo (it comes from "cabeza" that means head in Spanish, and it's literally to nod your head, as the link says).

by John Curly Braces (guest), 06 Apr 2020 01:25
Mal Curtis (guest) 06 Apr 2020 00:41
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I've been thinking about this too. In fact I've started hacking on an app to solve this for my group of friends. To me the two primary issues are:

1. Sub groups without losing the context of the full group. I want to focus on a set of people and chat with them while also aware of what other groups are around. I want to be able to bring people into these groups at will. This also adds a gamification aspect where you can adjust groups, i.e. randomly, mix people who haven't talked to each other yet etc.
2. Multi monitor. I want to see everyone and real estate is limited on a single screen. I should be able to add multiple windows or computers to my chat and have everyone spread across those windows. Only one window / computer will submit video and audio for me though.

by Mal Curtis (guest), 06 Apr 2020 00:41
Sam (guest) 05 Apr 2020 23:23
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You're absolutely on the money about this problem and I've been thinking about it too since lockdown. I would like a difference experience to you though - here's how I envision it:
I get invited to a party - maybe it is a friend I know who is hosting or maybe it is a meetup event where I had to chuck in a trivial amount to cover the cost of using the app etc.
I don't see the total count of people but I get a rough number like less than 50 or less than 20 or "looks like a hundred" …The people I know popup straight away as an option to join their group(s) …if I join one of them or they could be all together I join a smaller group of people in video conference and I pop up on the screen just like in real life if I joined their circle. Another option is to look at what other smaller groups there are and possible who is the person currently speaking …is it a guy talking to some girls or is it a girl talking to her friends or is it a bunch of dudes… I can join any of these groups but if I don't know anyone there my arrival will be less of an event to the group. Just like in real life I can choose to join quietly or I can join with a big "howdy" and see how I'm welcomed.
People will be coming and going in these smaller groups just like at a real party. When it comes to attraction between two people, other people will catch on and excuse themselves or the two and privately side chat and "leave" the party "together"… That in a nutshell would be how I see it. What would be neat is if you had some games you could play to break the ice, especially at a party where nobody knows anyone.

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Why are you blaming C++ for your over-use of exceptions? Never liked them myself. They seem useful perhaps if you have to keep a rogue third-party library under control. But why would you handle your own errors far from where they occurred? Silly. Capture them locally and return a boolean for success or fail. Including where you try to squeeze the last bit of memory out of a constrained system. No need for a clumsy C callback either. But what the hell do i know. Also, why are flame wars so awful and fun? Peace.

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