Thanks for your prompt response. We use Vidyo, Inc. plugin, called
In Chrome, they have a browser extension. For Safari, IE, and FF, we
execute NPAPI code - based on browser detection. Edge - we detect and tell
the customer to switch browsers :) This is less than ideal, but WebRTC
does not meet some of our needs - and we see very good video quality at
lower bandwidths using this tech stack.
In any case, we really want to understand the plans and align ourselves.
This is a healthcare use case (I guess I could correspond officially from
my corporate email), with some of our population being the elderly - so we
want things to be easy.
So looking at what you shared - effective March 7th, the patients who's FF
automatically updates would not be able to sign in.
1) Is there a transitional version planned prior to that, where upon
update - all plugins default to a blacklist? In other words, is there
suppose a v51 - where upon update, VidyoWeb gets blacklisted and we need to
send out instructions to patients to unblock or whitelist VidyoWeb? (We
are investigating a long term solution that is not dependent on NPAPI - but
I just want to understand, in case management wants keep the NPAPI track
open until the end - how we can manage messaging to users on the site and
appropriately detect the browser to handle the various scenarios here)
On Mon, Jul 18, 2016 at 5:31 PM, Chris Peterson <cpet...@mozilla.com