Please test janus & jangouts on our ec2 server.
I just registered an ssl certificate on Let's Encrypt on our temporary/free ec2 instance, so you can now play around with Janus and Jangouts. It would be good if you and the team can test this & provide feedback. Then, after testing Janus/Jangouts, we can do a similar test for our homebrew Jitsi Meet (building of which requires me to destroy the current janus server--which can be rebuilt if needed), and compare experiences.
You can try jangouts here:
Jangouts, which is built on the Janus Gateway, is designed to mimic Google Hangouts. It should have all the built-in functionality of screen sharing & such, but I haven't had a chance to test it on a call with anyone (I'm currently deep in the desert at Slab City, CA with very shitty cell-tower internet, so I wouldn't be able to test this with you for some time).
The Janus gateway itself has a number of demos that you may find useful, which showcase the Janus Gateway's features
For example, the Video Room demo is what Jangouts builds upon. It doesn't appear to have screen sharing built-in, but it does have the ability for users to publish & unpublish themselves, switching between the roles of "producer" or "consumer" and thereby affecting the bandwidth requirements (and ultimately the maximum number) of other participants.
Please play around with this. Once you've had a chance to test calls with it, let me know. Then I'll tear it down & use this free ec2 instance (which is currently running Centos) to build a test OSE Jitsi Meet server running off Debian.
Michael Altfield Senior System Administrator