Category: GSoC

Remote desktop control and always-on-top view with the new Jitsi Meet desktop app

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 app, as we release version 1.0.0. The project had existed for a (long) while, but it was really basic. Just […]

GSoC 2018: ready fuels!

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 our five students and their respective projects: Akshit Kr Nagpal — Electron app improvements: Akshit is going to be working on […]

GSoC student applications are open

Hey everyone, Student applications for Google Summer of Code 2018 are now open. If you would like to apply with the Jitsi organization, please refer to this page for some useful tips. We encourage students to submit a draft application soon. If you submit a draft by the end of this week (March 18), we […]

Hello GSoC 2018! Here we come!

It is happening! Again! Our friends at Google Summer of Code have graciously accepted us as a participant in the 2018 edition of the program! Dear students, all over the world, this is probably one of the best ways to get involved with Open Source in general and Jitsi in particular. We therefore invite you […]

GSoC 2017 final results

Another summer of code is behind us, and we’re here to present what our GSoC students accomplished throughout the program. We had four students this year, and three of them completed their projects while one withdrew in the last third of the program. Nik’s speech recognition project went very well. We now have jigasi performing […]

GSoC 2017 Progress Report

We are already a month into the coding period of the Google Summer of Code 2017 program, and we are excited to report on our students’ progress so far. This year we are fortunate to be working with four great students, and everyone has already produced code samples (some of them merged, some of them […]