Category: BigBlueButton Release

BigBlueButton 0.81 released

We pleased to announce BigBlueButton 0.81, the eleventh release of our open source web conferencing platform for on-line learning. Our vision is that every student with a web browser should have access to a high-quality on-line learning experience.  This release represents over a year of development effort and over four months of testing.  It is our most

BigBlueButton 0.80 Released

We are pleased to announce the FINAL RELEASE of BigBlueButton 0.80. We’ve had the 0.80-RC3 candidate out for about two weeks and it’s looking good. For 0.80 final, we changed the labels, updated a few of the locales, and tagged the release in GitHub. It’s now done and available for download and installation. BigBlueButton 0.80

BigBlueButton 0.8-beta-3 Released

BigBlueButton 0.8-beta-3 is now released, our third beta in the development of BigBlueButton 0.8. In addition to the usual bug fixes under the hood (see release announcement in the bigbluebutton-dev mailing list), we added a push-to-talk feature in this release so end users can now un-mute/mute themselves if needed. We encourage anyone interested in BigBlueButton

BigBlueButton 0.71a released

We spent about six weeks profiling and testing the server code. The end result: better handling of VoIP packets and lower memory usage on the server. See documentation to install or upgrade.

BigBlueButton 0.71 is Released

BigBlueButton 0.71 is released. The biggest changes were in improvements to VoIP, selectable area for desktop sharing, and real-time chat translation using Google Translate. See Release Notes for the details. You can install 0.71 using packages on Ubuntu 10.04 32-bit/64-bit or download BigBlueButton 0.71 VM. There is a very determined core group of developers who