It looks like the IPFS community was about to start using non-Free software, namely Zoom, to run a series of video-conference sessions.
The video has been removed, but you can see here:
IPFS Zoom #1’s Personal Meeting Room
IPFS is a Free Software project and should ensure that Free software is used for its communication platforms. There are excellent, Free Software alternatives to Zoom, for example:
Jami, previously GNU Ring, is also worth considering:
Apart from being non-Free, Zoom is controlled by China. Its so-called ‘end-to-end encryption’ a) is broken in the middle by a Chinese server and b) uses outdated, weak encryption.
When people heedlessly start using non-Free software in projects like IPFS, it is a bad sign. Our community ought to be more vigilant.
I hope that any such video conferences use Free Software in future. Ideally, a Jitsi instance ought to be setup on one of the IPFS servers, and not use Google STUN or Amazon AWS to better support anonymity and Freedom.