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