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2016

The Ignite Realtime community has just released Spark 2.7.7 and it can be downloaded from Ignite Realtime: Downloads .

 

This is another minor release marking exactly one year since Spark project reboot (yeah, we also like to have Anniversary Update ). There are a few small fixes and updates in this release (as a regression with Idle presence, fix for OTR plugin, etc.). I want to use this chance to look back at the last year. Spark had 7 more releases since the 2.7.0 during that time. 100 tickets have been resolved. Some old patches have been applied (laying around in the forums and the tracker for years). We have also received new patches from around 10 new contributors. Which is great! We see that Spark project is often forked on GitHub, so we hope more developers will forward their patches and new features to the main project. There is also an official Wikipedia page for Spark now (and additional 6 languages linked to it) in hope to increase awareness of this project.

 

Here are the contributors to this release (besides myself):

Alexander198961 · GitHub

speedy

kilida (kilida) · GitHub

rarog · GitHub

 

For a complete list of changes please check Spark Changelog

 

Here are sha1 checksums for the downloads:

0d375c422bd86f9c8ded5484a173256871abaa26  spark_2_7_7.dmg

9f737012121432c20ca7db427051f29cbfca9734  spark_2_7_7.exe

39886c77a4b9821c2a12ea0b7623b9859e62d513  spark_2_7_7_online.exe

c62fe47aa89022b4d784245b833af7893b3e4897  spark_2_7_7.tar.gz

2e23a28d62cd37d6ab4c4a8befd19e765cea3a3b  spark-2.7.7.rpm

5fde7df644950d414bb997f32034a68efeb22cec  spark-2.7.7.src.rpm

 

[Voice Chat] Jingle (PC to PC) calls are not working at this point, but SIP should be improved.

[Linux] Flashing plugin is not working on Linux systems.

Two new releases of Smack have just been pushed to Maven Central.

 

Smack 4.1.7 fixes a few bugs. One noteworthy bug is that on certain platforms Smack's setEnabledSSL(Protocols|Ciphers) had no effect. More information about the fixed bugs can be found in the Release Notes.

 

The careful reader may noticed that this is the first beta release of Smack 4.2. Which means that Smack 4.2 just entered the beta phase. My rough timeplan is to release Smack 4.2 in 6 months: starting with 3 months long beta period now, followed by 3 months of release candidates. But as all schedules in the software industry, take it with a grain of salt.

Thanks  to the sponsorship of Marc Laporte  and the effort of Guus der Kinderen, we have improved the documentation of Openfire Meetings. There is still a lot more work to be done, but we are making good progress. You can find it here. Please have a read if you use this Openfire plugin. The latest version of the plugin can be found here.

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