Ignite Realtime is the community site for the users and developers of Jive Software's open source Real Time Communications projects. Your involvement is helping to change the open RTC landscape.
The Ignite Realtime community is happy to announce the availability of Openfire Pàdé v1.1.1.
This version upgrades ofmeet to Jitsi Videobridge version 2.x and fixes the audio and video issue with Chrome 87. It also fixes the compatibility issues with Firefox and the Jitsi mobile applications on IOS and Android. For more details on what has changed, see the release notes.
For a desktop experience, you install the Pàdé browser extension from the Google Chrome app store or Microsoft Edge app store. For a web or progressive web app experience, you install the Openfire plugins and access (by default: https://your_server:7443/pade) from your favorite desktop or mobile web browser
UPDATE version 1.1.2 is now available
The Ignite Realtime Community has been happily and freely using tools generously provided by Atlassian on our Amazon Web Service hosted instances sponsored by Surevine. We recently announced a migration of Jira to Atlassian Cloud and this blog post denotes a change made to our Bamboo Instance. Atlassian Bamboo provides Continuous Integration (CI) for building and testing our software projects.
We previously were using Atlassian Crowd to provide user accounts to Bamboo and Jira. Since Jira is now in the cloud and we really don?t need non-admin accounts to access Bamboo, we have removed the crowd integration to Bamboo and are using local-to-bamboo accounts instead.
If you have an authenticated access need to Bamboo for plan running / modification, please let me know. I am reaching out individually to those I know need this access, but may have missed somebody We will soon be spinning down our crowd instance to save on our AWS monthly spend!
Thanks for your time and interest in Ignite Realtime!
The Ignite Realtime community is happy to announce the availability of Spark version 2.9.4.
This time our long time Ignite Realtime Foundation member @guus fixed a lot of issues regarding how Spark handles SSL certificates (or rather how it was not handling them). There is also a new option to disable games with Client Control plugin (need version 2.1.6). And improvements to file transfer and handling of passwords.
Full list of changes can be found in the changelog.
We encourage users and developers to get involved with Spark project by providing feedback in the forums or submitting pull requests on our GitHub page.
You can download Spark from the Downloads page. Below are the sha1 checksums:
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The Ignite Realtime community is happy to announce the immediate release of version 2.1.6 of the Client Control plugin for Openfire!
This update adds an option to disable plugins in Spark. Specifically currently it allows to disable Reversi and TicTacToe games. In the future it can be extended to disable more plugins. You need Spark 2.9.4 or newer for this option to work.
Your instance of Openfire should automatically display the availability of the update in the next few hours. Alternatively, you can download the new release of the plugin at the Client Control plugin archive page
The Smack developers are happy to announce the availability the first release candidate (RC) of Smack 4.4.0. Please consider testing this release in your integration stages and report back any issues you may found. The more people are actively testing pre-releases, the less issues will remain in the actual release.
Smack 4.4.0-rc1 is now available on Maven Central.