The BigBlueButton core developers recently wrapped up its 12th BigBlueButton Developer summit, held in Seneca College, York Campus (Ontario, Canada). Between May 23rd and May 27, developers from Seneca College, iMDT, Mconf, and Blindside Networks collaborated together for a full week on implementing new features, planning the product road map, and hunting (and fixing bugs).
Installation/configuration of BigBlueButton just got a lot easier. We have released an install/setup script that automates the install steps in a single command. This means, in most cases (depending on the server’s internet connection), you can quickly have your own BigBlueButton server ready-to-use in under 15 minutes. We’ve always had detailed step-by-step instructions. Recently, we
BigBlueButton is an open source web conferencing for online learning. The project’s features and community have substantially in the recent years. To celebrate the growth we put together the above infographic on some project’s key statistics.
The BigBlueButton development wrapped up its 11th developer summit (we hold them every six months with the global development community). This summit was held in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Over twenty developers (onsite and remote) participated the week of development from Blindside Networks, iMDT, and Mconf Technologies, Seneca College, and Riadvice. The week of development focused on advancing
The BigBlueButton project is pleased to announce the availability of BigBlueButton 2.0-beta. The goal of the project is to enable remote students to have a high-quality online learning experience. A key component of achieving this goal is giving the tools to engage remote students. In this release we focused on increasing the ease of use