I don’t know if this is exactly how one is supposed to make bug reports, and this may just be the result of something else I don’t know about. I’ve never used Brave Community before.
Description of the issue:
When the “Start a free call” button is pressed on Brave Talk, it attempts to locate a meeting room and check moderator status as if trying to reconnect to a pre-existing room, instead of creating a new one. It then comes up with the message “This call is full”.
Steps to Reproduce (add as many as necessary):
1. Launch Brave
2. Open talk.brave.com using any method
3. Click the button “Start free call”
Brave Talk attempts to locate a meeting room and checks moderator status, as if attempting to connect to a pre-existing room, before coming up with the message “This call is full”
Brave Talk should open a new, empty meeting room
Reproduces how often:
Brave Version(See the About Brave page in the main menu):
Brave release - v1.39.122
Reproducible on current live release (yes/no):
Using Windows 10, Version 21H2, OS Build 19044.1706
I received the same response from the app when I had set up a meeting, sent the link to 2 people to join. Both of them replied that “This call is full”. This happened this past Sunday (12 Jun) at 5pm est.
When this happens, how many people are present in the call? I just started a Brave Talk call and was able to have others join without seeing the message described above.
For me, there were 3, including myself as moderator.
The problem was that this happened when I attempted to create a new call, which should have been empty.
It seems like this was only happening for me, and it is no longer happening, so I’m not sure what happened but it seems to have had something to do with me, not the service, and it isn’t happening anymore.
I’m curious to learn if running a VPN when accessing the app may effect it’s operation?
Thank you for the update, I’m glad the issue is at least temporarily resolved. Please let me know if the issue appears again.
@Pretzell using a VPN service should not affect Brave Talk in any significant way.
I found that the reason this happened was because I was joining with my computer’s time incorrect, so the problem wasn’t with Brave Talk at all. I probably shouldn’t have been so quick to call “error”. Anyway, thank you. = )
You’re very welcome, thanks again for the update.
I have a weekly meeting with 1 other person, who will get the same message, even though there is no one else on the call.
My 2 cents is that this meeting was scheduled in my calendar as repeating on a weekly basis and using the same link for the call, obviously - does that make sense?
I have the same scenario with a recurring weekly call including 2 other people. The URL seems to expire after some time. Is there a solution or workaround known?