Interested in how schools are using open source to provide integrated solutions to their students. Here’s a video from Chris Kenniburg showing how Dearborn Public Schools using Moodle, Mahara, and BigBlueButton to offer in integrated learning environment.
We’ve published documentation on how to modify a BigBlueButton 0.9 server to support HTTPS. For production servers, users are increasingly expecting content to be served from HTTPS. There is also another reason to support HTTPS: the upcoming Chrome 46, which is due for release soon, will not allow users to access their microphone via WebRTC
We are very happy to announce that the BigBlueButton project has been accepted into RackSpace Startups program. Over the next 12 months we will receive credits for using RackSpace cloud services, which will help us accelerate the development and testing of the next release of BigBlueButton for everyone. Thanks RackSpace!
On Wednesday, February 12th, 2014, Fred Dixon, BigBlueButton Project Manager, gave a Community Update on the progress towards BigBlueButton 0.9.0, the next release due out this year. Use FireFox or Chrome browser to view the recording of the session (advance to the 37 minute mark for the beginning of the recording):
Last week we wrapped up our third BigBlueButton developer summit. Many thanks to Felipe Cecagno, Leonardo Crauss Daronco (and the other members of the Mconf team) for their great hospitality during the week. Below is the list of developers attending the summit (and their respective organizations): Blindside Networks — Fred Dixon, Richard Alam, Guga Salzar,