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
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The BigBlueButton core developers recently wrapped up its 12th BigBlueButton Developer summit, held in Seneca College, York Campus (Ontario, Canada). Between May 23rd and May 27, developers from Seneca College, iMDT, Mconf, and Blindside Networks collaborated together for a full week on implementing new features, planning the product road map, and hunting (and fixing bugs).
The BigBlueButton development wrapped up its 11th developer summit (we hold them every six months with the global development community). This summit was held in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Over twenty developers (onsite and remote) participated the week of development from Blindside Networks, iMDT, and Mconf Technologies, Seneca College, and Riadvice. The week of development focused on advancing
The BigBlueButton developer community met in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada last week to coordinate development of the open source project for the next six months. This was our eighth developer summit in four years. At this summit we had participants from Brazil, United States, Tunisia, and Canada. As with each summit, it’s an opportunity to work
We just returned back from another great developer summit in Porto Alegre, Brazil. This was our seventh developer summit. The BigBlueButton project holds developer summits every six months to bring the core developers and committers together to review and coordinate development on the project, do code sprints, and enjoy some good meals and company together.