I currently use Microsoft Teams Insiders version 1.5.00.10453 on an up-to-date Arch Linux system running a Wayland-based compositor.
The application either freezes (cannot interact with any UI elements anymore) or crashes every 30 minutes on average. It doesn't seem to happen at specific events (like whenever there's an incoming call) but just at random times. Usually, I work on another workspace and when switching to the workspace where Teams is located I find it frozen or not at all (crashed).
The same happens with the "normal" (i.e., non-Insiders) build of Teams of the same version.
I've used previous Teams releases without crashes/freezes until I had to switch over to the flatpak package for some time because of https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-teams/teams-for-linux-suddenly-broken-for-others-using-newer-distros/m-p/3178388. Since that issue has been solved in the new Teams release, I'm back to the native Teams package.
I've tried deleting all Microsoft data in ~/.var/Microsoft/, ~/.config/Microsoft/, ~/.config/Microsoft Teams*/ and starting from a clean state but that didn't change anything. I've disabled GPU hardware accelleration and restarted, but again that didn't have a positive effect on the crashes or freezes.
I do have a good dozen crash reports in ~/.config/Microsoft/Microsoft Teams - Insiders/Crash Reports/, all *.dmp binary files. However, it doesn't seem to be a core dump file format recognized by gdb. How do I analyze such a dump?
And is this the right place to report bugs anyhow?