Today we’d like to share a very important milestone for the Jitsi project: we just finalized the first version of JVB 2.0, the evolution of our trusty Jitsi Videobridge. What is the JVB? You may wonder. In the quest of building the ultimate Open Source video conferencing solution we built The Jitsi Videobridge, née JVB, […]
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At Jitsi, we believe every video chat should look and sound amazing, between two people or 200. Whether you want to build your own massively multi-user video conference client, or use ours, all our tools are 100% free, open source, and WebRTC compatible.
You might have noticed an update to Jitsi Meet on your Android or iOS device, that’s because our brand new release, 19.0 is out! “19.0?! What did I miss?!” we hear you say. The first thing to note about this release is we switched our versioning scheme. We are now using CalVer, so 19.0 means […]
Every once in a while we learn about a project like no other using Jitsi Meet. Today we’d like to share one such project: Papa Noel Online and its sibling project Los Reyes Magos TV. These projects allow children in Spain to have a video chat with Santa Claus or one of The Three Wise Men. This is […]
So, here’s something cool: Solaborate just announced support for Jitsi Meet in their HELLO 2 camera. Check out the demo, it looks pretty slick: Happy to announce that Jitsi Meet now works with HELLO 2. See a live demo of Jitsi Meet on HELLO 2. @jitsinews @HelloSolaborate pic.twitter.com/V0hOyT6Zw2 — HELLO 2 (@HelloSolaborate) November 19, 2018 […]
On this episode of the Communications Transformed podcast, Randy chats to Emil Ivov, Jitsi’s Founder and Project Lead. Emil talks about how Jitsi got started and how open source has been the cornerstone of our success. Trips down Memory Lane are always cool so tune in now for part one of this two-part episode.
Today 8×8 announced it has acquired the Jitsi team and our technology from Atlassian. This is a great thing and will only help to keep Jitsi’s momentum with renewed investment. The Jitsi team will remain 100% intact and will continue to be an independent group. Operationally things will work much the same way as they […]