Thaya, on 08 April 2013 - 02:16 PM, said:
Yeah that's absolutely ridiculous, even the oldest IM services didn't share IP of clients unless they were at least confirmed in the contact list.
Mumbles netcode is amazing but it uses the outdated server/channel model. Whoever first comes up with a voip service that works similar to skype (p2p during the calls), but as good as mumble, will potentially earn a lot of money.
Im sure its not that hard, just nobody wants to compete with skype.
I think only 1% if skype users know what ips are, and of those maybe 0,0005% acutally use the ips for something, so I doubt its high on skypes priority list.
Did anybody try to message the skype devs about the issue?