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Jingle: Cutting Edge VoIP

Posted by Matt Tucker Champion Jul 27, 2007

OSCON 2007 is wrapping up and it was a great conference. Yesterday I gave a talk about Jingle, an extension to XMPP (Jabber) that's primarily used for VoIP. The slides are available on Slideshare (including a link to download the Powerpoint).

 

At the beginning of the week, we participated in the XMPP Devcon event. Peter provided details about the topics of discussion from day one and day two on his blog.

 

Matt Tucker

New Community Area Beta

Posted by Matt Tucker Champion Jul 19, 2007

We're making progress on the migration of the community from forums to Clearspace X. A beta version of the Ignite site using the new platform is available at beta.igniterealtime.org. Clearspace carries forward the discussion functionality, while also giving us blogging and wiki document features. The beta site is using a copy of the forums data from a couple of weeks back. Please poke around and feel free to post test data, then give us your feedback. When we do the final migration, it will be using the most recent real content.

 

Jivespace Developer Community

Posted by dawn Jul 18, 2007

!http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1067/854276812_a54f90f7c9_m.jpg!I wanted to let everyone know that Jive Software just launched a beta of Jivespace, our new developer community on dev.jivesoftware.com

 

This is the place where developers can collaborate around Clearspace, Clearspace X, and Jive Forums products.  You will also notice that the Community tab takes you to an area for collaboration that is powered by our Clearspace X product.  This developer environment is currently in Beta, so you may notice a few minor issues.  Feel free to point them out in the Jivespace Lounge, and we will fix them as soon as we can!

 

This new developer community does not impact Ignite Realtime in any way. Collaboration on real time communication / XMPP related products will continue on igniterealtime.org, and there are no plans to change this. Jivespace just gives developers a place to collaborate on Jive Software's other products.

 

The login information is integrated with our Jive store and Support forums on jivesoftware.com, so existing Jive login information (but not Ignite Realtime logins) should work on the new Jivespace site.

Want to come to Portland for XMPP Devcon or OSCON without spending money on travel? Have a cheap boss who won't foot the bill?

 

If you want Jive Software to pay for your travel, you just need to win the OSCON Trip Give-A-Way Contest by creating the best blog entry about how Clearspace, Jive Forums, Openfire and/or Spark have helped your organization. Your blog should be entertaining and creative while describing how you've used Jive software to make your organization better in some way.

 

All of the details and fine print can be found on the Jive Talks blog.

 

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