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The Ignite Realtime Community is pleased to announce the availability of version 4.6.1 of it?s Realtime communications server Openfire!
This version is largely a bugfix release. It primarily focusses on improving multi-user chat and pubsub functionality when running an Openfire cluster, but also includes other improvements, such as LDAP/AD preformance enhancements. You can find all changes in the changelog, which is denoting 33 issues resolved since 4.6.0.
We invite you to give this release a try. The process of upgrading from an earlier version is as lightweight as ever. It is outlined in the Openfire upgrade guide. Please note that, if desired, a significant amount of professional partners is available that can provide commercial support for upgrading, customization, or other services.
Download artifacts are available here with the following sha1sum values:
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Thank you for using Openfire!
The Ignite Realtime community is happy to announce the release of version 2.2.0 of the Monitoring plugin, which provides support for chat archiving and server statistics to Openfire.
This update includes a good deal of improvements and bug fixes. Notable are:
Starting with this release, the message archive functionality is fully based on the database tables maintained by this plugin again (in previous versions, the message archive for multi-user chat rooms were based on database tables managed by Openfire itself). This change might different identifiers to be used for messages in MUC archives, which might affect clients that have previously interacted with earlier versions of this plugin. Our tests with various commonly-used clients did not show any relevant functional issues stemming from this.
Your instance of Openfire should automatically display the availability of the update. Alternatively, you can download the new release of the plugin at the Monitoring plugin?s archive page.
The Ignite Realtime community announces the availability of Openfire Pàdé v1.3.0.
This release combines all Openfire Meetings modules (jitsi meet, videobridge, focus and sip gateway) and conversejs into a single plugin called Pàdé and fixes some issues. See the change-log for details
Update: Version 1.2.2 is now available
The Ignite Realtime community announces the availability of Openfire Pàdé v1.2.0. This version returns Openfire Meetings (ofmeet) back to a single plugin with wrappers for all three Jitsi components (jvb, jicofo and jigasi). See the change-log for details
Support has been added to enable audio conferences in FreeSWITCH to be linked to Jitsi video conferences with the same names when the focus user joins/leaves the associated Openfire group-chats. You can configure your FreeSWITCH dialplan to allow SIP devices and phones to dial internal or external telephone numbers to join these bridged conferences.
We are happy to announce Smack 4.4.0, which is the first major release since the release of Smack 4.3.0 in August 2018. Smack 4.4.0 includes many new features, bug fixes, and improvements. The Smack 4.4.0 release artifacts are now available on Maven Central.
Smack is a community effort and would not be possible without plenty of contributors. We like to thank everyone who contributed to this release:
$ git shortlog -sn 4.3.0..4.4.0 813 Florian Schmaus 78 Paul Schaub 27 Aditya Borikar 7 Georg Lukas 7 Guus der Kinderen 4 Benjamin JALON 2 Damian Minkov 2 Jesus Fuentes 2 Oliver Mihatsch 2 Simon Schuster 1 Alameyo 1 Andrey Sokolov 1 Bastien Rouiller 1 Daryl E. Herzmann 1 Eng ChongMeng 1 Greg Thomas 1 Heckel 1 John Haubrich 1 Marcel Heckel 1 Matthew Wild 1 Miguel Hincapie 1 Mohsen Hariri 1 Piotr Nosek 1 Tairs Rzajevs 1 V Lau 1 spslinger
The release of Smack 4.4.0 also means that Smack 4.3 does no longer receive bug fixes as part of the community effort. However, it is possible to reach out to professional services in case of issues with Smack 4.3.
Please refer to the release?s README for more information about Smack 4.4