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Ignite Realtime is the community site for the users and developers of Jive Software's open source Real Time Communications projects. Your involvement is helping to change the open RTC landscape.

Open Realtime.

Ignite Realtime is the community site for the users and developers of Jive Software's open source Real Time Communications projects. Your involvement is helping to change the open RTC landscape.
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Dele Olajide
2

Openfire Pd 1.5.0 released

Ignite Realtime community is happy to be able to announce the release of Openfire Pd version 1.5.0

This version does not implement any new functionality. It only upgrades to the latest Jitsi Meet code. Please note that this version breaks the In-progress meeting list feature. If this is essential for you, please stay on version 1.4.1.

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Tags: openfire, release 2
Florian Schmaus
2

Smack 4.4.4 released

We are happy to announce the release of Smack 4.4.4. Thanks to numerous contributors this patch level release includes many fixes and improvements. I?d like to especially thank the folks from Jitsi, namely Boris Grozev, Damian Minkov, Ingo Bauersachs, and Jonathan Lennox. Who tracked down multiple bugs, including a nasty concurrency bug. Furthermore, thanks to Ingo, Smack and its important dependencies jxmpp and MiniDNS are now, again, OSGi compatible.

For a high-level overview of what?s changed in Smack 4.4.4, check out Smack?s changelog.

The shortlog for the 4.4.4 release is

flo@neo-pc ~/code/smack $ git shortlog -n --no-merges 4.4.3..4.4.4 
Florian Schmaus (23):
      Smack 4.4.4-SNAPSHOT
      [xdata] Add missing ensureAtMostSingleValue() to parseBooleanFormField
      [xdata] Safe the raw character data of form field values
      [caps] Use the raw character data of form fields when caclulating the hash
      [pubsub] FormNode(Provider) should not fail if there is no DataForm
      [socks5] Ensure that the local SOCKS5 proxy is running (if enabled)
      [core] Assert that 'event' is not END_DOCUMENT in forwardToEndTagOfDepth()
      [socks5] Fix javadoc of getLocalStreamHost()
      [socks5] Remove stale null check
      [disco] Add DisocverInfo.nullSafeContainsFuture(DiscoverInfo, CharSequence)
      [muc] Check mucServicedDiscoInfo for null in serviceSupportsStableIds()
      [carbons] Remove erroneous assert statement in connectionClosed()
      [muc] Check for self-presence first in presence listener
      [muc] Call userHasLeft() *after* the leave presence was sent
      [jingle] Add empty element optimization for <content/>
      [core] Pass down the XML environment in IQChildElementXmlStringBuilder
      [jingle] Mimic Manager.connection() in JingleTransportManager
      [jingle] Make Jingle.Builder extend IqBuilder
      [jingle] Add unit test to check that there are no redundant namespaces
      [build] Remove OSS Sonatype Snapshot repository
      Update NOTICE file
      [resources] Rename get-contributors.sh to generate-notice-file
      Smack 4.4.4

Ingo Bauersachs (5):
      Prevent password enforcement for SASL anonymous
      Fix BOSH connection establishment
      Make Smack jars OSGi bundles
      Add getter for the stanza associated with the exception
      Add missing stream namespace to xml declaration

Jonathan Lennox (2):
      Update documentation of default SecurityMode.
      Add removeExtension methods to StanzaBuilder.

Damian Minkov (1):
      [muc] Also process destory message if it contains <status/>

Guus der Kinderen (1):
      SMACK-908: Don't use components to count tabs in Debugger

Simon Abykov (1):
      Accept an empty string as the label value

As always, this Smack release is available via Maven Central.

We would like to use this occasion to point at that Smack now ships with a NOTICE file. Please note that this adds some requirements when using Smack as per the Apache License 2.0. The content of Smack?s NOTICE file can conveniently be retrieved using Smack.getNoticeStream().

Tags: planetjabber 2
Guus der Kinderen
1

Push Notification Openfire plugin 0.9.0 released

I?m happy to be able to announce that we?ve released version 0.9.0 of the Push Notifications plugin for Openfire!

This version does not bring new functionality. It does fix a bug that older versions of this plugin had, when running on Openfire 4.6.4 or later.

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Tags: openfire, planetjabber, release 1
Guus der Kinderen
7

JSXC Openfire plugin 4.3.1-1 released!

The Ignite Realtime community is happy to announce the immediate availability of version 4.3.1 release 1 of the JSXC plugin for Openfire, our open source real time collaboration server solution! This plugin can be used to conveniently make available the web-based JSXC client (a third-party developed project) to users of Openfire.

The upgrade from 4.3.0 to 4.3.1 brings a small number of changes from the JSXC project which appear to be mostly bug fixes and small improvements. Please review the changelog for more information.

Over the next few hours, your installation of Openfire should automatically detect the availability of this new release. Alternatively, you can download the new version right now from the plugin?s archive page.

If you?re interested in engaging with the community that builds Openfire and its plugins, please come join us in our forum or chat room!
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Tags: openfire, planetjabber, release 7
Dan Caseley
1

inVerse Plugin for Openfire reaches 7.0.6.2!

The Ignite Realtime community is happy to announce the immediate availability of a an update to the inVerse plugin for Openfire, which makes the Converse.js web client available to your users.

This release brings the bugfixes released in Converse v7.0.5 and v7.0.6.

Your Openfire instance should automatically display the availability of the update. Alternatively, you can download the new release of the plugin at the inVerse plugin?s archive page. If you?ve got feedback or ideas about this plugin, come and join the conversation on Discourse!

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Tags: planetjabber, release 1