That’s OK. In looking closer at our release cycle, our extra effort is a mixture of (a) testing, (b) working on customer-oriented projects for integration of BigBlueButton (which tends to accelerate other features, which is good), and constant refactoring of existing code. All good stuff for a healthy open source project. So, externally, you’ll see we now release every month, but internally we are trying to keep our efforts to two week iterations to account for the above.
If you want to see what’s planned for our upcoming iteration for this month (October), check the issues tagged for BigBluebutton 0.62 release
We’ve released BigBlueButton 0.61 (code named Titan). This release focused on stability, refactoring of source code, simplification of desktop sharing, and support for 640×480 video streams from web cameras.
You can check out the release notes here.
We also incorporated Xuggler, a java wrapper to ffmpeg, into our desktop sharing module for converting the images from the presenter’s desktop into a video stream.
Xuggler is licensed under the Aferro General Public License. To understand how this license affects BigBlueButton, please see Installing Desktop Sharing.