My attraction to Jitsi is that it is FLOSS ( open source ). Thus I have some hope that I can influence the direction of it's development. I favor software that is reliable and easy to use. this comes before lots of flashy features, or speed. In video conferencing the quality of the sound is most important , The video should be smooth looking ( it can be a very small video window ). I don't care much about chat.... I would not be using a *video* solution if I did.
I don't care about lots of options ( at least initially ) as long as the limited options *work well*.
Forum , community , mailing list
Jitsi does not appear to have a forum.
The mailing list is located here https://jitsi.org/Development/MailingLists
Experimenting with Jitsi
My first experiment with Jitsi was between an Apple MacIntosh and a Windows machine. My buddy *Dexter the Genius* was manning the Windows machine. The experiment did not go well.
The chat interface could be made more friendly.
The sound quality was horrible
Hardly any documentation