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BigBlueButton 0.63 Released!

After about two weeks of testing and testing, BigBlueButton 0.63 is Released.

As with each release, you can download BigBlueButton as a fully working Virtual Machine that also doubles as a development environment.

We’re very happy with this release. We had a number of external contributors help us, including Jeremy Thomerson, Xie Yan Qing, Chen Guangtao, and Jean-Philippe Guiot. Big Thanks to you guys — we couldn’t have shipped this without you.

Testing, Testing, Testing

We are getting close to the release of BigBlueButton 0.63. Is it just us, or does it take a solid week to test the software, test the upgrades, update documentation, write release notes, and create tutorial videos?

Come to think of it, I think we’ve been doing the above for about two weeks. I’m wondering if this time will shorten as we go on. My experiences suggests not. :-).

On Twitter

Since a blog is more for substantive posts, we’ve started to tweet on some of the incremental updates to BigBlueButton.

You can follow our tweets at http://twitter.com/bigbluebutton.

Don’t worry, you’ll still get all the important news on BigBlueButton from this blog. However, if you want to know when we’ve added a language file for the Netherlands, for example, you’ll probably see that in a tweet.