BigBlueButton Developer Summit IV Recordings

The BigBlueButton Developer Summit IV is a wrap! Below is the list of attendees for the summit (and their respective organizations): Blindside Networks — Fred Dixon, Richard Alam, Guga Salzar, Calvin Walton, Anton Georgiev Carleton University — Stephen Muegge Copeland Media — Tyler Copeland Seneca College — Gary Deng, Chad Pilkey, Stanislav Yeshchenko, Adam Sharpe, […]

BigBlueButton and Carleton University

The BigBlueButton project started at Carleton University in 2007 (see History of BigBlueButton). On Monday, April 21, as part of the fourth BigBlueButton Developer Summit, the developers met at Carleton University with Dr. Steven Muegge, assistant professor with Carleton’s Sprott School of Business and Executive Director of the BigBlueButton Foundation.  See group picture below (Steve is second from […]

BigBlueButton Summit III: Porto Alegre, Brazil

The BigBlueButton team is meeting together this week in Porto Alegre, Brazil, to advance development of BigBlueButton in the following four areas: BigBlueButton core HTML5 WebRTC Native mobile client (iOS and Android) Here’s a picture of the team arriving at Sao Paulo Airport. We want to give everyone a detailed update on our progress at […]

Kansas City Gig Fest

Over the weekend of March 22-24th, three members from the BigBlueButton team (Chad Pilkey, Fred Dixon, Calvin Walton) journeyed to Kansas City, MO, to participate in the Kansas City Gig Fest. Our goal was to figure out how to hack WebRTC into BigBlueButton. We took two approaches.  The first hack was to modify the HTML5 client so […]

BigBlueButton Presentation from Linux Users Group (Italy)

The Associazione GNU Linux User Group Perugia Linux Umbria Software recently uploaded a presentation by Giuseppe Maugeri on BigBlueButton. The presentation is in Italian, we didn’t understand a word of it, but we loved watching it.  If you can speak Italian, you’d probably enjoy it even more than we did. You can view the presentation […]