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README.md

Humla

Humla is a fork of Jumble, an Android service implementation of the Mumble protocol which was originally written by Andrew Comminos as the backend of Plumble. Humla is the backend of Mumla.

About Jumble

The primary goal of the Jumble project is to encourage developers to embrace the Mumble protocol on Android through a free, complete, and stable implementation. At the moment, development is focused on improving stability and security.

Prior to the release of Jumble, all implementations of the Mumble protocol on Android have been using the same non-free code developed by @pcgod. To ensure the unencumbered use of Jumble, no sources or derivatives will be copied from that project.

Including in your project

Humla is a standard Android library project using the gradle build system. See here for instructions on how to include it into your gradle project.

Currently, there is no tutorial to integrate Humla with your project. In the mean time, please examine the exposed interface IHumlaService as well as Mumla’s implementation.

License

Humla is now licensed under the GNU GPL v3+. See LICENSE.