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Thursday May 19, 2022

OpenMeetings v6.3.0 - Fixes and maintenance release including preparation for JDK17

The new version 6.3.0 includes a number of fixes, library updates and prepares for moving OpenMeetings to use JDK17. Currently it still compiles the server to be JRE 11 backwards compatible but you can obviously use JRE17 to run. But in future versions JRE17 will become mandatory. As well as Safari keeps on being an ongoing challenge with HTML5 and webRTC. Latest version 6.3.0 should provide some fixes.

Stability and UI improvements

  • Multiple Whiteboard fixes
  • Confirm popups are unified
  • Multiple fixes for latest Safari
Other updates
  • Libraries are updated with most recent versions (e.g. logging)
Notes re library updates: OpenMeetings was not affected by last years log4j issues since we are not using it. However latest v6.3.0 is updating dependencies that include references to log4j and upgrades those.

Full ChangeLog is available from ChangeLog on Github

Downloads of v6.3.0 are available from openmeetings.apache.org/downloads.html

Monday August 16, 2021

OpenMeetings v6.1.0 - WebRTC stability

v6.1.0 provides updates and fixes to webRTC components for conference rooms. As well as fixes for UI and browser compatibility.[Read More]

Friday August 28, 2020

OpenMeetings 5.0.0 release - Migration to HTML5 webRTC and Wicket 9.0.0

OpenMeetings v5.0.0 is the first main release of HTML5 version of the Web-Conferencing software. All features are using native browser components. There is no plugins required and you can share your webcam and microphone as well as your screen just using HTML5 and JavaScript! [Read More]

Friday July 14, 2017

OpenMeetings 3.3.0 released

Version 3.3.0 includes new features, bug fixes and security fixes. In total 21 changes are part of the release, 11 are security fixes based on CVE reports.[Read More]

Friday August 12, 2016

OpenMeetings 3.1.2 released

Release v3.1.2 contains 55 enhancements and fixes and 1 patch for a security vulnerability.
Security Fix: CVE-2016-3089 - Apache OpenMeetings XSS in SWF panel

Other security relevant updates:

  • XSS in Chat window leading to DOS
  • MD5 should not be used for password encryption
  • OpenMeetings is vulnerable to session fixation
  • Private recording files were available to all users

Additionally a signed Screen-Sharing application with a valid certificate from the Apache Foundation is available since this release. Please update to this release from any previous OpenMeetings release. A detailed documentation on how to migration from older versions is available on the project website see: http://openmeetings.apache.org/Upgrade.html.

Other fixes in admin, localisation, installer, invitations, room etc.

For a complete list of changes, see: https://www.apache.org/dist/openmeetings/3.1.2/CHANGELOG

Downloads and documentation is available from our project website:
http://openmeetings.apache.org/downloads.html

Update (15/08/2015)
OpenMeetings modules are now also available individually as Maven dependencies, see: https://repository.apache.org/#nexus-search;quick~openmeetings

For example:
<dependency>
<groupId>org.apache.openmeetings</groupId>
<artifactId>openmeetings-db</artifactId>
<version>3.1.2</version>
</dependency>

The sync to http://repo1.maven.org/maven2/org/apache/ should be available within the next 24hours.

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