Hey there Fellow Jitsters! Today we are very excited to announce we are launching an education themed hackathon together with the European Commission. The ultimate goal is to improve Jitsi for education usage, which has […]
Author: Saúl Ibarra Corretgé
Hey there Fellow Jitsters! You might have noticed some changes on meet.jit.si. We rolled out a new release yesterday and we want to tell you all about it!
Ever since the project’s inception as a multi-protocol chat client back in 2003 collaboration has been at the heart of Jitsi. Protocols came and went and now thanks to WebRTC anyone can use Jitsi Meet […]
Hello Fellow Jitsters! While we work on making sure our infrastructure is able to cope with the recent surge in traffic, we have managed to ship some features we think you may like, let’s go! […]
Last week our friends at Google announced the list of organizations selected for the 2020 edition ot their GSoC 2020. We have been privileged to partake in GSoC on multiple occasions, but there are many […]
Jitsi Meet has had the ability to share your screen with others for years now. Thanks to WebRTC it’s really effortless for applications to allow users to share a window, full-screen or browser tab. When […]
Today we are trying something new. We invited Tsahi Levent-Levi to write a guest postfor us. For those working with WebRTC for some time Tsahi will be a faminilar name. Tsahi has been working in […]
Hey there Fellow (Android) Jitsters! We have a good one for you today. Well, technically it went up on Friday, but in case you missed it, here we go: Jitsi Meet is now available on […]
Hi there Fellow Jitsters! Today we are happy to announce Jitsi Meet for mobile 19.4! You can check the release notes here, but we’d like to talk about a couple of the new features here, […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
We recently blogged bout Google Summer of Code 2018 and the 3 projects which finished successfully. Today we are going to talk about one of those projects: Jitsi Meet Electron, or the Jitsi Meet desktop […]
It’s been a while since we have last written about our mobile apps. We have been busy improving them, and now that 1.18 is available for Android and iOS, let’s talk about the release! This […]
Jitsi Meet is composed of several components which work together for delivering the best video conferences, as you are used to already. When it comes to deploying these to production, there are, of course, many […]
If you have been following the Jitsi Meet development for some time, you might have noticed the sheer amount of git tags. We make tags for every successful build our CI makes, and also every […]
It’s that time of the year again! We are incredibly happy to have been chosen again as an organization for Google Summer of Code. After the tough process of choosing candidates and projects, here are […]
With 2017 close to ending, we have one more Jitsi Meet mobile release for you! In this release we focused on two main areas: the welcome page and error handling. The welcome page has been […]
We are humbled to share that Jitsi Meet has won the Open Source Classic award at the DINAcon awards 2017, which took place in Bern (Switzerland) last Friday. The list of nominees was impressive, so […]
Jitsi Meet has been available on mobile for some time now. The app works on both Android and iOS, and while it uses meet.jit.si to create conferences by default, it works with any custom Jitsi […]
Yes! Jitsi Meet is now available for Android and iOS!!! Join your Jitsi Meetings from your phone!
After a break of a couple of years, Jitsi is once again proudly participating in Google Summer of Code! Check out our project ideas and let’s have fun together this summer (while you are getting […]
Check out what’s in and what’s coming for Jitsi in @saghul’s FOSDEM presentation.