Wahay is an application that allows you to easily host and participate in conference calls, without the need for any centralized servers or services. We are building a voice call application that is meant to be as easy-to-use as possible, while still providing extremely high security and privacy out of the box.
In order to do this, we use Tor Onion Services in order to communicate between the end-points, and we use the Mumble protocol for the actual voice communication. We are doing extensive user testing in order to ensure that the usability of the application is as good as possible.
For full documentation, visit wahay.org.
For end-users, please refer to installation instructions on the website. We provide several different options for installation there. If you are a developer, installing the application should be as easy as cloning the repository and running
Wahay is currently under active development. There have been no security audits of the code, and you should currently not use this for anything sensitive.
The language to be used is the same configured under
LANG environment variable.
$ export LANG="en_US.utf8"
The current version of Wahay is compatible with all major Linux distributions. It is possible that the application can run on OS X or Windows, but at this moment we have not tested this. We are planning on adding official OS X and Windows compatibility in the near future.
About the developers
Wahay is developed by the NGO Centro de Autonomía Digital, based in Quito, Ecuador.
Wahay is licensed under the GPL version 3.