There's a lot of things i like TeamSpeak does over discord.Yeah I hate disocrd for not providing server software... and the sound quality of Teamspeak is better too.
And maybe it's just me, but kinds of features do the people even want? I don't need much more from teamspeak besides the things it already does
I agree with you on pretty much all the points. Only thing I would like to say is that I would like some more modern support like what discord has. GIFs, custom emoticons, images, videos, easier file sharing, video and screen sharing. It's 2019, not 2005.There's a lot of things i like TeamSpeak does over discord.
- You control your server.
- The server comes with database support for scalability (This could easily be monetized)
- The query API for the server is powerful.
- The client also has a query API.
- Native plugin support.
- Very in-depth permission system. (though I do like discords per group permission, If TeamSpeak could add the ability to give specific groups access to channels etc)
- Native Theme's (Though don't know if this works on TS5)
- Sound quality is better
- Teamspeaks ban system is powerful with the regex support
- Giving someone permissions via group, client or channel perms is support useful.
it has image support if you check on the chat there is a blue cut out that looks like its for an image.I agree with you on pretty much all the points. Only thing I would like to say is that I would like some more modern support like what discord has. GIFs, custom emoticons, images, videos, easier file sharing, video and screen sharing. It's 2019, not 2005.
When I suggested those features to teamspeak and other people, they said that teamspeak is meant for gaming voice chat only, and that it's not a "social media platform", well look at them now, desperately trying to get back into the game.
Teamspeak's technology is GOOD, but its lacking many features
I mentioned to their two former CEOs (Andreas, James) a great while ago before Discord came out that they need to focus more on mobile and web app development - for example free mobile clients. They ignore everyone and everything presented to them. I truly believe buying TeamSpeak is the only way to get exactly what we want. We can basically design the platform listening to the greater majority of the community. What do we all want and agree on? We can get that, if we own TeamSpeak. It can be more of a democracy, with listening to the community and voting on features.well look at them now, desperately trying to get back into the game.
Me neither, I wanted to joke about it but wasn't sure if he's serious or not.I don't think a buyout is realistic at all.
True, idk how is he planning to buy that company shares because their budget is still bigger than ours together. And if u buy some %, still you own less then major owner and ur voice over decisions is useless.Me neither, I wanted to joke about it but wasn't sure if he's serious or not.
No matter how shit the application currently is, it's not gonna lose it's value. Unpayable for individuals like us. And no, we will not even get close to their price if we do collect together.
If you do not run a million dollar business, I do not expect million dollar business advice. The more you own, the more power you have. This is why contracts exist too, for example you may say R4SEC, LLC is buying TeamSpeak System, Inc in California for all rights to the TeamSpeak software including source code etc. You generate all the legalese, run by a lawyer and get a deal established. If someone wants to contribute anything helpful or in any way insightful feel free. Just saying "Meh, shit idea." sounds like a McDonald's employee.And if u buy some %, still you own less then major owner and ur voice over decisions is useless.
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