WebFWD Summit II

Mozilla is an global organization dedicated to open standards and web-based innovation. An example of their efforts is WebFWD: Mozilla’s open innovation program that supports open source projects that extend the web. Since last fall, BigBlueButton has been a member of WebFWD. Last week, two of BigBlueButton’s developers — Marcos Calderon and Fred Dixon —

This post made our day

This post in our bigbluebutton-users mailing list made our day. Hello Fred & Team, I thought this would give you a chuckle, my department has been asked to pilot Adobe Connect and we are having some trouble on day 1 trying to get into the same meeting room. My colleague works in another part of

Tightwad Tech #95 – BigBlueButton

Fred Dixon, one of the BigBlueButton core developers, was recently interviewed by Mark Cockrell and Shawn Kibel of Tightwad Tech in episode #95.

Highlighting the great work of the MConf Team

The MConf team, a group of developers at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), in Porto Alegre, Brazil, have been hard at work this past year on contributing to BigBlueButton project.  I want to highlight some of their contributions and encourage everyone who is using BigBlueButton to check out their projects. Publication

BigBlueButton 0.8-beta-4 Released

The BigBlueButton core development team is pleased to announce the release of BigBlueButton 0.8-beta-4.  We have added fit-to-width to the presentation window, giving presenter the ability to display any document as fit-to-width or fit-to-page using two new buttons (see image below). The 0.8-beta-4 release now has a virtual machine (VM) that anyone download and run on