My comment comes sadly after the fact, when you likely have ceased building WebRTC builds. Nevertheless, allowing an extension to do the work of hard coding is a privacy risk. Your users come to you for a browser that is private, safe to use and ensures anonymity. Leaving anonymity open or closed by way of an extension is an unacceptable risk. The demand for video conferencing on a browser is fully over-rated given the existence of Skype and other apps and I don't believe your core values for privacy and security in your browser are served by allowing an outside provider do for you what your users expect from you from the start. Meiner Meinung nach.