Last week we wrapped up our third BigBlueButton developer summit. Many thanks to Felipe Cecagno, Leonardo Crauss Daronco (and the other members of the Mconf team) for their great hospitality during the week. Below is the list of developers attending the summit (and their respective organizations):
- Blindside Networks — Fred Dixon, Richard Alam, Guga Salzar, Calvin Walton, Moahmed Ahmed
- Copeland Media — Tyler Copeland
- Seneca College — Gary Deng, Chad Pilkey
- iMDT — Tiago Jacobs
- Mconf — Felipe Cecagno, Leonardo Crauss Daronco, Lucas Jones, Mauricio Cruz, Lucas Zawacki, Fernando Bottin
At the end of the week, the team gave four on-line sessions to the BigBlueButton community detailing the progress of the week. These sessions were open to anyone. At the end of each session there was a Q&A.
To view the recordings for each session, click the images below.
Session 1: BigBlueButton Project Update
This presentation gives an update on the project’s achievements this year, our progress towards the release of BigBlueButton 0.81 (our eleventh release) and a look ahead at the road map for the next release.
(presentation starts at 23:00 mark)
Session 2: Integrating WebRTC
Web real-time communications (WebRTC) offers native audio in Google Chrome and Mozilla FireFox with no plugins. This presentation gives an update on our progress to incorporate WebRTC audio in BigBlueButton.
(presentation starts at 9:30 mark)
Session 3: HTML 5 Client
The HTML5 team gives an update on the current design (front-end/back-end) for the HTML5 client.
(presentation starts at 21:00)
Session 4: Native Mobile Client (Android and iOS)
This presentation gives an overview of the preliminary work to build a native mobile client (Android and iOS) for BigBlueButton.
(presentation starts at 16:00 mark)
Special thanks to AllWorkingBrasil for the great co-working space we used for the summit.
These presentations were given and recorded with BigBlueButton.