[jitsi-announce] Jitsi 1.0 is out!


#1

Hey all,

We are proud to announce that 4 months after our last stable release we
are finally ready with Jitsi 1.0! It would be very hard to summarize all
changes in a few words, so please have a look at the full change list
below. Still things like cross-protocol conf calls, auto-answer, inband
DTMF and DNSSEC will probably catch everyone’s attention.

As usual, you can check out the new release by just updating or by visiting:

    http://download.jitsi.org

Following is a list of the most important changes brought by this version:

* Switches from JMF to FMJ.
* Adds support for cross-protocol conference calls.
* Allow answering incoming calls into an existing conference call.
* Allow merging separate calls into a single conference call.
* Adds traffic class support for SIP/XMPP/RTP audio/RTP video.
* Adds hot plug support for audio devices (new devices can now be
plugged and unplugged even during a call)
* Adds support for DNSSEC
* Adds auto-answer support for SIP and XMPP.
* Adds support for inband DTMF tones.
* Adds basic support for video conferencing (work in progress)
* Shows contact authorization status in contact list (e.g. "Waiting
authorization" and "Not authorized"). Adds support for re-requesting
authorizations
* Adds detailed call information to the call dialog (including codecs,
ip addresses/ports, loss rates).
* Adds a button to remove current picture: replaces the current avatar
with the default one.
* Implements combined use for SIP and XMPP (CUSAX)
* Adds a button in the Call dialog that allows beginning a chat with our
call peer.
* Makes it possible to start a desktop sharing session or video call
even if no audio device is present.
* Updates keepalive implementation to detect uplink drops with XMPP via
XEP-0199 XMPP ping.
* Adds default values for global shortcuts (answer, hangup, contactlist
and mute).
* OTR: disable buttons for contacts without fingerprint. Patch by Jonas
Lauener, FHNW
* Fixes numerous Google Talk compatibility issues.
* Updates Felix to 3.2.2
* Uses combined IPv4/IPv6 lookup from NetworkUtils
* Fixes GoogleContacts support for domain without xmpp-client SRV.
* Fixes crashes in the Microsoft Outlook Contacts and Address Book
integration.
* Refines the garbage collection-related characteristics of AudioMixer.
* Renames Jabber to XMPP.
* Delivers SystemActivity events in different thread.
* Support for incoming DTMF tones.
* Fixes bug that prevented users from disabling chat history.
* Fixes problem with deleting chars on macosx java 1.5 and handling some
special chars in the written text. Fixes subsequent open of chat history
urls when trying to focus back on the chat conversation by clicking the
mouse on the chat history panel.
* Fixes a problem that was causing the contact list window to disappear
for no apparent reason./li>
* Adds property which can make provisioning mandatory, and if user
cancels application will exit.
* Makes the OTR <authenticate buddy> text clickable (Patch by
Daniel Perren, FHNW)
* Adds printing for provisioning in the logs.
* SIP: Allows configuration of enabled SSL/TLS protocols
* Retrieves discovery info in separate thread and fires event, avoids
blocking initial group creation.
* Fixes duplicate file transfer appearance in chat window.
* Introduces new configuration form that allows using headset keys as
global shortcuts on windows.
* Removes advertising byte stream used for jabber file transfers,
leaving ibb. Changes provisioning debug printing.
* Corrects CC and CSRC fields in RTP header, when the remote Peer sends
several SSRC.
* Fix F8 crypto mode and change handling of secret SRTP key data. These
modifications remove unnecessary copying of SRTP key data and overwrite
the key data right after secure state was reached (in ZRTP lib). This
makes it harder to extract secret key data in memory dumps.
* Makes spellcheck dictionaries available through a jitsi server.
* Fixes a problem with loading when dictionary is not available for
download. Fixes double packaging of default dictionaries.
* Numerous other fixes and improvements!

Best regards from the Jitsi dev team!


#2

On Mon, Apr 02, 2012 at 10:14:03PM +0200, emcho@jitsi.org wrote 4.0K bytes in 88 lines about:
: We are proud to announce that 4 months after our last stable release we
: are finally ready with Jitsi 1.0! It would be very hard to summarize all

Awesome. Excited, I ran 'apt-get update; apt-get dist-upgrade' only to find there is no new version available.

When I manually update to the jitsi_1.0-latest_amd64.deb and then run
'apt-get' again, it wants to 'upgrade' to:

Preparing to replace jitsi 1.0-build.3967 (using
.../jitsi_1.0-beta1-nightly.build.3820_amd64.deb)

Is this correct?

···

--
Andrew
pgp 0x6B4D6475


#3

Congrats to the Jitsi Team on this big milestone !

Jean Deruelle
TeleStax <http://telestax.com/>/Mobicents <http://www.mobicents.org/>

···

On Mon, Apr 2, 2012 at 10:14 PM, Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hey all,

We are proud to announce that 4 months after our last stable release we
are finally ready with Jitsi 1.0! It would be very hard to summarize all
changes in a few words, so please have a look at the full change list
below. Still things like cross-protocol conf calls, auto-answer, inband
DTMF and DNSSEC will probably catch everyone’s attention.

As usual, you can check out the new release by just updating or by
visiting:

   http://download.jitsi.org

Following is a list of the most important changes brought by this version:

* Switches from JMF to FMJ.
* Adds support for cross-protocol conference calls.
* Allow answering incoming calls into an existing conference call.
* Allow merging separate calls into a single conference call.
* Adds traffic class support for SIP/XMPP/RTP audio/RTP video.
* Adds hot plug support for audio devices (new devices can now be
plugged and unplugged even during a call)
* Adds support for DNSSEC
* Adds auto-answer support for SIP and XMPP.
* Adds support for inband DTMF tones.
* Adds basic support for video conferencing (work in progress)
* Shows contact authorization status in contact list (e.g. "Waiting
authorization" and "Not authorized"). Adds support for re-requesting
authorizations
* Adds detailed call information to the call dialog (including codecs,
ip addresses/ports, loss rates).
* Adds a button to remove current picture: replaces the current avatar
with the default one.
* Implements combined use for SIP and XMPP (CUSAX)
* Adds a button in the Call dialog that allows beginning a chat with our
call peer.
* Makes it possible to start a desktop sharing session or video call
even if no audio device is present.
* Updates keepalive implementation to detect uplink drops with XMPP via
XEP-0199 XMPP ping.
* Adds default values for global shortcuts (answer, hangup, contactlist
and mute).
* OTR: disable buttons for contacts without fingerprint. Patch by Jonas
Lauener, FHNW
* Fixes numerous Google Talk compatibility issues.
* Updates Felix to 3.2.2
* Uses combined IPv4/IPv6 lookup from NetworkUtils
* Fixes GoogleContacts support for domain without xmpp-client SRV.
* Fixes crashes in the Microsoft Outlook Contacts and Address Book
integration.
* Refines the garbage collection-related characteristics of AudioMixer.
* Renames Jabber to XMPP.
* Delivers SystemActivity events in different thread.
* Support for incoming DTMF tones.
* Fixes bug that prevented users from disabling chat history.
* Fixes problem with deleting chars on macosx java 1.5 and handling some
special chars in the written text. Fixes subsequent open of chat history
urls when trying to focus back on the chat conversation by clicking the
mouse on the chat history panel.
* Fixes a problem that was causing the contact list window to disappear
for no apparent reason./li>
* Adds property which can make provisioning mandatory, and if user
cancels application will exit.
* Makes the OTR &lt;authenticate buddy&gt; text clickable (Patch by
Daniel Perren, FHNW)
* Adds printing for provisioning in the logs.
* SIP: Allows configuration of enabled SSL/TLS protocols
* Retrieves discovery info in separate thread and fires event, avoids
blocking initial group creation.
* Fixes duplicate file transfer appearance in chat window.
* Introduces new configuration form that allows using headset keys as
global shortcuts on windows.
* Removes advertising byte stream used for jabber file transfers,
leaving ibb. Changes provisioning debug printing.
* Corrects CC and CSRC fields in RTP header, when the remote Peer sends
several SSRC.
* Fix F8 crypto mode and change handling of secret SRTP key data. These
modifications remove unnecessary copying of SRTP key data and overwrite
the key data right after secure state was reached (in ZRTP lib). This
makes it harder to extract secret key data in memory dumps.
* Makes spellcheck dictionaries available through a jitsi server.
* Fixes a problem with loading when dictionary is not available for
download. Fixes double packaging of default dictionaries.
* Numerous other fixes and improvements!

Best regards from the Jitsi dev team!


#4

Hi,

the problem with debian packages is known one, and will be fixing it shortly.

Sorry
damencho

···

On Mon, Apr 2, 2012 at 11:58 PM, <jitsi@lewman.us> wrote:

On Mon, Apr 02, 2012 at 10:14:03PM +0200, emcho@jitsi.org wrote 4.0K bytes in 88 lines about:
: We are proud to announce that 4 months after our last stable release we
: are finally ready with Jitsi 1.0! It would be very hard to summarize all

Awesome. Excited, I ran 'apt-get update; apt-get dist-upgrade' only to find there is no new version available.

When I manually update to the jitsi_1.0-latest_amd64.deb and then run
'apt-get' again, it wants to 'upgrade' to:

Preparing to replace jitsi 1.0-build.3967 (using
.../jitsi_1.0-beta1-nightly.build.3820_amd64.deb)

Is this correct?

--
Andrew
pgp 0x6B4D6475


#5

Congrats!

The velocity of new features is very impressive!

M :wink:

···

2012/4/2 Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org>:

Hey all,

We are proud to announce that 4 months after our last stable release we
are finally ready with Jitsi 1.0! It would be very hard to summarize all
changes in a few words, so please have a look at the full change list
below. Still things like cross-protocol conf calls, auto-answer, inband
DTMF and DNSSEC will probably catch everyone’s attention.

As usual, you can check out the new release by just updating or by visiting:

http://download.jitsi.org

Following is a list of the most important changes brought by this version:

* Switches from JMF to FMJ.
* Adds support for cross-protocol conference calls.
* Allow answering incoming calls into an existing conference call.
* Allow merging separate calls into a single conference call.
* Adds traffic class support for SIP/XMPP/RTP audio/RTP video.
* Adds hot plug support for audio devices (new devices can now be
plugged and unplugged even during a call)
* Adds support for DNSSEC
* Adds auto-answer support for SIP and XMPP.
* Adds support for inband DTMF tones.
* Adds basic support for video conferencing (work in progress)
* Shows contact authorization status in contact list (e.g. "Waiting
authorization" and "Not authorized"). Adds support for re-requesting
authorizations
* Adds detailed call information to the call dialog (including codecs,
ip addresses/ports, loss rates).
* Adds a button to remove current picture: replaces the current avatar
with the default one.
* Implements combined use for SIP and XMPP (CUSAX)
* Adds a button in the Call dialog that allows beginning a chat with our
call peer.
* Makes it possible to start a desktop sharing session or video call
even if no audio device is present.
* Updates keepalive implementation to detect uplink drops with XMPP via
XEP-0199 XMPP ping.
* Adds default values for global shortcuts (answer, hangup, contactlist
and mute).
* OTR: disable buttons for contacts without fingerprint. Patch by Jonas
Lauener, FHNW
* Fixes numerous Google Talk compatibility issues.
* Updates Felix to 3.2.2
* Uses combined IPv4/IPv6 lookup from NetworkUtils
* Fixes GoogleContacts support for domain without xmpp-client SRV.
* Fixes crashes in the Microsoft Outlook Contacts and Address Book
integration.
* Refines the garbage collection-related characteristics of AudioMixer.
* Renames Jabber to XMPP.
* Delivers SystemActivity events in different thread.
* Support for incoming DTMF tones.
* Fixes bug that prevented users from disabling chat history.
* Fixes problem with deleting chars on macosx java 1.5 and handling some
special chars in the written text. Fixes subsequent open of chat history
urls when trying to focus back on the chat conversation by clicking the
mouse on the chat history panel.
* Fixes a problem that was causing the contact list window to disappear
for no apparent reason./li>
* Adds property which can make provisioning mandatory, and if user
cancels application will exit.
* Makes the OTR &lt;authenticate buddy&gt; text clickable (Patch by
Daniel Perren, FHNW)
* Adds printing for provisioning in the logs.
* SIP: Allows configuration of enabled SSL/TLS protocols
* Retrieves discovery info in separate thread and fires event, avoids
blocking initial group creation.
* Fixes duplicate file transfer appearance in chat window.
* Introduces new configuration form that allows using headset keys as
global shortcuts on windows.
* Removes advertising byte stream used for jabber file transfers,
leaving ibb. Changes provisioning debug printing.
* Corrects CC and CSRC fields in RTP header, when the remote Peer sends
several SSRC.
* Fix F8 crypto mode and change handling of secret SRTP key data. These
modifications remove unnecessary copying of SRTP key data and overwrite
the key data right after secure state was reached (in ZRTP lib). This
makes it harder to extract secret key data in memory dumps.
* Makes spellcheck dictionaries available through a jitsi server.
* Fixes a problem with loading when dictionary is not available for
download. Fixes double packaging of default dictionaries.
* Numerous other fixes and improvements!

Best regards from the Jitsi dev team!

--
Marc Laporte

http://MarcLaporte.com
http://Tiki.org/MarcLaporte
http://AvanTech.net


#6

Great to know, Emil!. Congratulations!.

I´m curious to know if anyone has tested Jitsi on Linux/ARM using OpenJDK...

do you anticipate any problems in such config? any bits and pieces of
known x86 asm / JNI?

FC

···

2012/4/2 Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org>:

It would be very hard to summarize all
changes in a few words, so please have a look at the full change list
below

--
During times of Universal Deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act
Durante épocas de Engaño Universal, decir la verdad se convierte en un
Acto Revolucionario
- George Orwell


#7

Good work!

···

On 4/2/12 2:14 PM, Emil Ivov wrote:

Hey all,

We are proud to announce that 4 months after our last stable release we
are finally ready with Jitsi 1.0! It would be very hard to summarize all
changes in a few words, so please have a look at the full change list
below. Still things like cross-protocol conf calls, auto-answer, inband
DTMF and DNSSEC will probably catch everyone’s attention.

As usual, you can check out the new release by just updating or by visiting:

    http://download.jitsi.org

Following is a list of the most important changes brought by this version:

* Switches from JMF to FMJ.
* Adds support for cross-protocol conference calls.
* Allow answering incoming calls into an existing conference call.
* Allow merging separate calls into a single conference call.
* Adds traffic class support for SIP/XMPP/RTP audio/RTP video.
* Adds hot plug support for audio devices (new devices can now be
plugged and unplugged even during a call)
* Adds support for DNSSEC
* Adds auto-answer support for SIP and XMPP.
* Adds support for inband DTMF tones.
* Adds basic support for video conferencing (work in progress)
* Shows contact authorization status in contact list (e.g. "Waiting
authorization" and "Not authorized"). Adds support for re-requesting
authorizations
* Adds detailed call information to the call dialog (including codecs,
ip addresses/ports, loss rates).
* Adds a button to remove current picture: replaces the current avatar
with the default one.
* Implements combined use for SIP and XMPP (CUSAX)
* Adds a button in the Call dialog that allows beginning a chat with our
call peer.
* Makes it possible to start a desktop sharing session or video call
even if no audio device is present.
* Updates keepalive implementation to detect uplink drops with XMPP via
XEP-0199 XMPP ping.
* Adds default values for global shortcuts (answer, hangup, contactlist
and mute).
* OTR: disable buttons for contacts without fingerprint. Patch by Jonas
Lauener, FHNW
* Fixes numerous Google Talk compatibility issues.
* Updates Felix to 3.2.2
* Uses combined IPv4/IPv6 lookup from NetworkUtils
* Fixes GoogleContacts support for domain without xmpp-client SRV.
* Fixes crashes in the Microsoft Outlook Contacts and Address Book
integration.
* Refines the garbage collection-related characteristics of AudioMixer.
* Renames Jabber to XMPP.
* Delivers SystemActivity events in different thread.
* Support for incoming DTMF tones.
* Fixes bug that prevented users from disabling chat history.
* Fixes problem with deleting chars on macosx java 1.5 and handling some
special chars in the written text. Fixes subsequent open of chat history
urls when trying to focus back on the chat conversation by clicking the
mouse on the chat history panel.
* Fixes a problem that was causing the contact list window to disappear
for no apparent reason./li>
* Adds property which can make provisioning mandatory, and if user
cancels application will exit.
* Makes the OTR &lt;authenticate buddy&gt; text clickable (Patch by
Daniel Perren, FHNW)
* Adds printing for provisioning in the logs.
* SIP: Allows configuration of enabled SSL/TLS protocols
* Retrieves discovery info in separate thread and fires event, avoids
blocking initial group creation.
* Fixes duplicate file transfer appearance in chat window.
* Introduces new configuration form that allows using headset keys as
global shortcuts on windows.
* Removes advertising byte stream used for jabber file transfers,
leaving ibb. Changes provisioning debug printing.
* Corrects CC and CSRC fields in RTP header, when the remote Peer sends
several SSRC.
* Fix F8 crypto mode and change handling of secret SRTP key data. These
modifications remove unnecessary copying of SRTP key data and overwrite
the key data right after secure state was reached (in ZRTP lib). This
makes it harder to extract secret key data in memory dumps.
* Makes spellcheck dictionaries available through a jitsi server.
* Fixes a problem with loading when dictionary is not available for
download. Fixes double packaging of default dictionaries.
* Numerous other fixes and improvements!

Best regards from the Jitsi dev team!


#8

Hi,

debian repo is fine now. Check it.

Regards
damencho

···

On Tue, Apr 3, 2012 at 7:01 PM, Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org> wrote:

the problem with debian packages is known one, and will be fixing it shortly.


#9

Other than the fact that you'd need to recompile all the natives I don't
think there should be any specific problems.

Emil

···

On 04.04.12 13:22, Fernando Cassia wrote:

2012/4/2 Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org>:

It would be very hard to summarize all
changes in a few words, so please have a look at the full change list
below

Great to know, Emil!. Congratulations!.

I´m curious to know if anyone has tested Jitsi on Linux/ARM using OpenJDK...

do you anticipate any problems in such config? any bits and pieces of
known x86 asm / JNI?

--
http://jitsi.org


#10

Congratulations. I am new to Jitsi. My Question is: Can i use Jitsi with
Openfire on my LAN as an Office Communication System. How?

···

On Wed, Apr 4, 2012 at 3:27 PM, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter@stpeter.im>wrote:

Good work!

On 4/2/12 2:14 PM, Emil Ivov wrote:
> Hey all,
>
> We are proud to announce that 4 months after our last stable release we
> are finally ready with Jitsi 1.0! It would be very hard to summarize all
> changes in a few words, so please have a look at the full change list
> below. Still things like cross-protocol conf calls, auto-answer, inband
> DTMF and DNSSEC will probably catch everyone’s attention.
>
> As usual, you can check out the new release by just updating or by
visiting:
>
> http://download.jitsi.org
>
>
> Following is a list of the most important changes brought by this
version:
>
> * Switches from JMF to FMJ.
> * Adds support for cross-protocol conference calls.
> * Allow answering incoming calls into an existing conference call.
> * Allow merging separate calls into a single conference call.
> * Adds traffic class support for SIP/XMPP/RTP audio/RTP video.
> * Adds hot plug support for audio devices (new devices can now be
> plugged and unplugged even during a call)
> * Adds support for DNSSEC
> * Adds auto-answer support for SIP and XMPP.
> * Adds support for inband DTMF tones.
> * Adds basic support for video conferencing (work in progress)
> * Shows contact authorization status in contact list (e.g. "Waiting
> authorization" and "Not authorized"). Adds support for re-requesting
> authorizations
> * Adds detailed call information to the call dialog (including codecs,
> ip addresses/ports, loss rates).
> * Adds a button to remove current picture: replaces the current avatar
> with the default one.
> * Implements combined use for SIP and XMPP (CUSAX)
> * Adds a button in the Call dialog that allows beginning a chat with our
> call peer.
> * Makes it possible to start a desktop sharing session or video call
> even if no audio device is present.
> * Updates keepalive implementation to detect uplink drops with XMPP via
> XEP-0199 XMPP ping.
> * Adds default values for global shortcuts (answer, hangup, contactlist
> and mute).
> * OTR: disable buttons for contacts without fingerprint. Patch by Jonas
> Lauener, FHNW
> * Fixes numerous Google Talk compatibility issues.
> * Updates Felix to 3.2.2
> * Uses combined IPv4/IPv6 lookup from NetworkUtils
> * Fixes GoogleContacts support for domain without xmpp-client SRV.
> * Fixes crashes in the Microsoft Outlook Contacts and Address Book
> integration.
> * Refines the garbage collection-related characteristics of AudioMixer.
> * Renames Jabber to XMPP.
> * Delivers SystemActivity events in different thread.
> * Support for incoming DTMF tones.
> * Fixes bug that prevented users from disabling chat history.
> * Fixes problem with deleting chars on macosx java 1.5 and handling some
> special chars in the written text. Fixes subsequent open of chat history
> urls when trying to focus back on the chat conversation by clicking the
> mouse on the chat history panel.
> * Fixes a problem that was causing the contact list window to disappear
> for no apparent reason./li>
> * Adds property which can make provisioning mandatory, and if user
> cancels application will exit.
> * Makes the OTR &lt;authenticate buddy&gt; text clickable (Patch by
> Daniel Perren, FHNW)
> * Adds printing for provisioning in the logs.
> * SIP: Allows configuration of enabled SSL/TLS protocols
> * Retrieves discovery info in separate thread and fires event, avoids
> blocking initial group creation.
> * Fixes duplicate file transfer appearance in chat window.
> * Introduces new configuration form that allows using headset keys as
> global shortcuts on windows.
> * Removes advertising byte stream used for jabber file transfers,
> leaving ibb. Changes provisioning debug printing.
> * Corrects CC and CSRC fields in RTP header, when the remote Peer sends
> several SSRC.
> * Fix F8 crypto mode and change handling of secret SRTP key data. These
> modifications remove unnecessary copying of SRTP key data and overwrite
> the key data right after secure state was reached (in ZRTP lib). This
> makes it harder to extract secret key data in memory dumps.
> * Makes spellcheck dictionaries available through a jitsi server.
> * Fixes a problem with loading when dictionary is not available for
> download. Fixes double packaging of default dictionaries.
> * Numerous other fixes and improvements!
>
> Best regards from the Jitsi dev team!
>


#11

On Wed, Apr 04, 2012 at 12:18:14PM +0300, damencho@jitsi.org wrote 0.2K bytes in 9 lines about:
: debian repo is fine now. Check it.

Thanks. I confirm the `apt-get update` from 1.0 to 1.0.1 was successful
just now.

`Preparing to replace jitsi 1.0-build.3967 (using .../jitsi_1.0.1-build.3967_amd64.deb)`

···

--
Andrew
pgp 0x6B4D6475


#12

I confirm: all ok with the repo, thanks!

By the way: I still can't see any video output: in Tools->Options->Video I can
see the webcam's light turn on, but only a grey rectangle where video should
be, the same with a video call: I can see only grey rectangles.

On another machine with the same OS (Linux Debian 7) with another webcam it
works perfectly.

Starting Jitsy from console I can't see any error about webcam, but if I use
Ekiga for example, webcams works on both machines.

May be a problem with some library version or anything else?

Bye,
  Matteo

---- Original Messagge ----

···

From: Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org>
Sent: mercoledì 4 aprile 2012, 11:18
To: users@jitsi.java.net
Cc:
Subj: [jitsi-users] Re: Jitsi 1.0 is out!

Hi,

debian repo is fine now. Check it.

Regards
damencho

On Tue, Apr 3, 2012 at 7:01 PM, Damian Minkov <damencho@jitsi.org> wrote:

the problem with debian packages is known one, and will be fixing it

shortly.


#13

Congratulations. I am new to Jitsi. My Question is: Can i use Jitsi with Openfire on my LAN as an Office Communication System. How?

Yes, I (we) use jitsi with openfire
As to how, what exactly are you asking how about?

···

On 5/04/2012 7:35 PM, Muhammad Hussaini wrote:

On Wed, Apr 4, 2012 at 3:27 PM, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter@stpeter.im > <mailto:stpeter@stpeter.im>> wrote:

    Good work!

    On 4/2/12 2:14 PM, Emil Ivov wrote:
    > Hey all,
    >
    > We are proud to announce that 4 months after our last stable
    release we
    > are finally ready with Jitsi 1.0! It would be very hard to
    summarize all
    > changes in a few words, so please have a look at the full change
    list
    > below. Still things like cross-protocol conf calls, auto-answer,
    inband
    > DTMF and DNSSEC will probably catch everyone�s attention.
    >
    > As usual, you can check out the new release by just updating or
    by visiting:
    >
    > http://download.jitsi.org
    >
    > Following is a list of the most important changes brought by
    this version:
    >
    > * Switches from JMF to FMJ.
    > * Adds support for cross-protocol conference calls.
    > * Allow answering incoming calls into an existing conference call.
    > * Allow merging separate calls into a single conference call.
    > * Adds traffic class support for SIP/XMPP/RTP audio/RTP video.
    > * Adds hot plug support for audio devices (new devices can now be
    > plugged and unplugged even during a call)
    > * Adds support for DNSSEC
    > * Adds auto-answer support for SIP and XMPP.
    > * Adds support for inband DTMF tones.
    > * Adds basic support for video conferencing (work in progress)
    > * Shows contact authorization status in contact list (e.g. "Waiting
    > authorization" and "Not authorized"). Adds support for re-requesting
    > authorizations
    > * Adds detailed call information to the call dialog (including
    codecs,
    > ip addresses/ports, loss rates).
    > * Adds a button to remove current picture: replaces the current
    avatar
    > with the default one.
    > * Implements combined use for SIP and XMPP (CUSAX)
    > * Adds a button in the Call dialog that allows beginning a chat
    with our
    > call peer.
    > * Makes it possible to start a desktop sharing session or video call
    > even if no audio device is present.
    > * Updates keepalive implementation to detect uplink drops with
    XMPP via
    > XEP-0199 XMPP ping.
    > * Adds default values for global shortcuts (answer, hangup,
    contactlist
    > and mute).
    > * OTR: disable buttons for contacts without fingerprint. Patch
    by Jonas
    > Lauener, FHNW
    > * Fixes numerous Google Talk compatibility issues.
    > * Updates Felix to 3.2.2
    > * Uses combined IPv4/IPv6 lookup from NetworkUtils
    > * Fixes GoogleContacts support for domain without xmpp-client SRV.
    > * Fixes crashes in the Microsoft Outlook Contacts and Address Book
    > integration.
    > * Refines the garbage collection-related characteristics of
    AudioMixer.
    > * Renames Jabber to XMPP.
    > * Delivers SystemActivity events in different thread.
    > * Support for incoming DTMF tones.
    > * Fixes bug that prevented users from disabling chat history.
    > * Fixes problem with deleting chars on macosx java 1.5 and
    handling some
    > special chars in the written text. Fixes subsequent open of chat
    history
    > urls when trying to focus back on the chat conversation by
    clicking the
    > mouse on the chat history panel.
    > * Fixes a problem that was causing the contact list window to
    disappear
    > for no apparent reason./li>
    > * Adds property which can make provisioning mandatory, and if user
    > cancels application will exit.
    > * Makes the OTR &lt;authenticate buddy&gt; text clickable (Patch by
    > Daniel Perren, FHNW)
    > * Adds printing for provisioning in the logs.
    > * SIP: Allows configuration of enabled SSL/TLS protocols
    > * Retrieves discovery info in separate thread and fires event,
    avoids
    > blocking initial group creation.
    > * Fixes duplicate file transfer appearance in chat window.
    > * Introduces new configuration form that allows using headset
    keys as
    > global shortcuts on windows.
    > * Removes advertising byte stream used for jabber file transfers,
    > leaving ibb. Changes provisioning debug printing.
    > * Corrects CC and CSRC fields in RTP header, when the remote
    Peer sends
    > several SSRC.
    > * Fix F8 crypto mode and change handling of secret SRTP key
    data. These
    > modifications remove unnecessary copying of SRTP key data and
    overwrite
    > the key data right after secure state was reached (in ZRTP lib).
    This
    > makes it harder to extract secret key data in memory dumps.
    > * Makes spellcheck dictionaries available through a jitsi server.
    > * Fixes a problem with loading when dictionary is not available for
    > download. Fixes double packaging of default dictionaries.
    > * Numerous other fixes and improvements!
    >
    > Best regards from the Jitsi dev team!
    >