Scaleway is a European cloud hosting company that targets both companies and developers. Their servers are fast, inexpensive, and well supported. The BigBlueButton project has been using Scaleway servers for years for testing and building releases of BigBlueButton. Recently, they offered Ensmble.video (BigBlueButton), a free BigBlueButton session to anyone in the world affected by Covid-19.
BigBlueButton has been focused on the educational market for over 10 years now. Over those years, the major learning management systems Canvas, Schoology, Jenzabar, D2L, and Moodle Cloud have all integrated BigBlueButton into their product as the default virtual classroom. One of the largest Canvas customers is Orange County Public Schools (OCPS), a K12 school
BigBlueButton is an open-source web conferencing system designed for online learning. This release features an HTML5 client, no application install, and our largest number of localized languages. BigBlueButton offers a pure HTML5 client. It has all the core features you would expect in a commercial web conferencing system (but under an open source license). The
In early December we held our 15th Developer Summit in Porto Alegre, Brazil with developers from: Blindside Networks HostBBB iMDT Radvice Navea Tech Mconf Technologies (host company) The BigBlueButton project holds two developer summits each year (and we’re entering our 8th year!). These summits enable us to coordinate with the larger BigBlueButton community the planning
The BigBlueButton project finished its 14th developers summit at Algonquin College, Ottawa, Ontario on May 10th, hosting 25 developers from around the world. Attending the summit were developers from Brazil, Germany, Spain, USA, Tunisia, and Canada to participate in a week of coding, meetings, and team building events (read: lots of good food after long