Release Notes: Instead of conference rooms you can also integrate conference recordings in Moodle. A recording can be any past conference session that you’ve recorded with OpenMeetings. Students can then watch the recording streamed from the server. Additionally teachers, course moderators, and admins can download it. The plugin has been refactored to use REST instead of SOAP calls and removes dependencies on the nuSOAP(GPL) licensed library.
Release Notes: This version represents a major change and is the first release as a project at the Apache Software Foundation. It improves the UI and makes functional changes in conference rooms as well as installation and upgrade. It also contains a completely new Calendar including timezone handling to manage meetings.
Release Notes: This is probably the last major release before OpenMeetings will become a project of the Apache Software Foundation. It has over 10 new features. For example, you can use Webcams with multiple resolutions from very small 4:3 to very large 16:9. Polls can also be saved, and poll results are available as pie charts. Another major improvement enables you to mute other microphones one-by-one, and you can give yourself exclusively the microphone and mute everybody else with a single click. Further, you can run OpenMeetings now completely over SSL using HTTPS and RTMPS.
Release Notes: You can have now multiple whiteboads in a single conference room. A new File Explorer allows you to manage uploaded files and folders. A 'private drive' in the Explorer remains the same, no matter which room you enter. You can now store whiteboard drawings in the File Explorer and reload them. It is now possible to create a user that has access to the SOAP Gateway, but nothing more.
Release Notes: This release contains some performance fixes and provides necessary SOAP functions for using the new Sugar CRM Module.
Release Notes: Recording of complete conferences was added as a new feature. Recorded sessions can be downloaded in FLV or AVI format. The built in recording player also shows some metadata about the attendees of the meeting and when they are speaking. The SOAP & Integration API also permits you to load recordings directly, similar to the direct access to conference rooms. A new screen sharing module was added, which runs on the same port and protocol like the usual audio/video transmission.
Release Notes: A new "Restricted" room type, a new Calendar module for planning meetings, reworked room configuration with default moderators and new super-moderators, and a reworked and simplified UI. There are new, secure methods available for generating a unique, one-time Room-Hash via SOAP. OpenMeetings is now available as a .war version for deploying in J2EE containers.
Release Notes: This release adds a new screen sharing client and viewer which uses the OpenMeetings Screen Sharing Protocol. With the new sharing, you have two options as a viewer: you can either use the built-in HTTP version of the desktop viewer (pull version) or you can load a webstart application which uses the ODSP protocol (push version). This release also has a more flexible room layout, and the size of the whiteboard can be adjusted to fullscreen.
Release Notes: Multiple moderators are now supported in a conference room. A moderator can make other users into moderators (by adding or removing the moderation flag). Confirmation from all users is no longer needed to get moderator status, since you can just send a message to a moderator. The Event Modus conference roomtype was completely refactored. The moderators in a room decide who is allowed to draw on the whiteboard and which users can share the audio and video. There are new translations available in Swedish and Finnish.