Thank you for sharing this. For a few days after the government notification, people were really worried about Zoom but now most people have gone back to using Zoom. I prefer to use Jitsi and suggest that for people I know as well. While Jitsi is free software and good, many people are saying it does not work well when we have a large number of participants. I also went though this FSF blog:
I still feel there is a gap in the free software offerings for people who need reliable videoconferencing for a large number of participants. However, I would like to know what is the best alternative we can suggest for someone looking for more features than Jitsi. They might be willing to pay for paid support as well if we can suggest a free software that is better than Zoom. Is 8x8.com free software? Is there any other free software with commercial support (something like RedHat Linux, which runs on free and open source software but with paid support and assurance of reliability)? Any information you can share will really help me as I know a few people who are still trying to figure out what software to use for continued videoconferencing in the post-COVID situation.