[jitsi-dev] Jitsi Meet version on meet.jit.si


#1

Hi,

I was testing my own installation of Jitsi Meet and had some issues
getting video to the participants.

I tested with:
- Chromium 40 on Linux (fedora)
- Chromium 37 (I think) (debian)
- Chrome 40 on OS X
- Chrome 39 on Android

Every client could see the video from the Android one but none of the
other videos was possible to see anywhere (except locally on each client).

Then I tested with the meet.jit.si service and I could see the video
also from a desktop browser client.

In order to troubleshoot it would be useful to know which version/build
is used on meet.jit.si?

I have been testing with:
- Meet build 380
- Videobridge build 406

Cheers,
Markus


#2

Hi,

I was testing my own installation of Jitsi Meet and had some issues
getting video to the participants.

I tested with:
- Chromium 40 on Linux (fedora)
- Chromium 37 (I think) (debian)
- Chrome 40 on OS X
- Chrome 39 on Android

Every client could see the video from the Android one but none of the
other videos was possible to see anywhere (except locally on each client).

Then I tested with the meet.jit.si service and I could see the video
also from a desktop browser client.

In order to troubleshoot it would be useful to know which version/build
is used on meet.jit.si?

I have been testing with:
- Meet build 380
- Videobridge build 406

Cheers,
Markus

Nobody knows which version is used on meet.jit.si or no of the admins
are on this list?

Jitsi Meet 333, Videobridge 384.

I think there's an update scheduled for next week.

What do you think of having the version/build number available somewhere
in Jitsi Meet so it would possible to see which version is used?

I think that'd be useful.

Regards,
Boris

···

On 28/02/15 11:31, Markus Kilås wrote:

On 02/20/2015 10:07 AM, Markus Kilås wrote:

Cheers,
Markus

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#3

Hi,

I was testing my own installation of Jitsi Meet and had some issues
getting video to the participants.

I tested with:
- Chromium 40 on Linux (fedora)
- Chromium 37 (I think) (debian)
- Chrome 40 on OS X
- Chrome 39 on Android

Every client could see the video from the Android one but none of the
other videos was possible to see anywhere (except locally on each
client).

Then I tested with the meet.jit.si service and I could see the video
also from a desktop browser client.

In order to troubleshoot it would be useful to know which version/build
is used on meet.jit.si?

I have been testing with:
- Meet build 380
- Videobridge build 406

Cheers,
Markus

Nobody knows which version is used on meet.jit.si or no of the admins
are on this list?

Jitsi Meet 333, Videobridge 384.

I think there's an update scheduled for next week.

Thank you Boris!

So it is as expected different version from what I am using which may or
may bot be the issue.

If possible, may I ask you to let us know after the upgrade what the new
versions are?

Then I could upgrade my environment to the same versions and see if the
problem persists or not.

Cheers,
Markus

···

On 02/28/2015 12:54 PM, Boris Grozev wrote:

On 28/02/15 11:31, Markus Kilås wrote:

On 02/20/2015 10:07 AM, Markus Kilås wrote:

What do you think of having the version/build number available somewhere
in Jitsi Meet so it would possible to see which version is used?

I think that'd be useful.

Regards,
Boris

Cheers,
Markus


#4

Hi Boris, all,

It seems meet.jit.si has been update now?
At least the "unsupported browser" page looks different.

Could you let me know what versions are used now? Then I can do a new
set of tests.

Regarding the inclusion of version/build numbers, Are the build numbers
created by Jenkins? In that case suspect it also would have to be during
that process the number is written somewhere. Could for instance be a
file "version.txt" or similar. Any ideas?

Cheers,
Markus

···

On 03/01/2015 11:54 AM, Markus Kilås wrote:

On 02/28/2015 12:54 PM, Boris Grozev wrote:

On 28/02/15 11:31, Markus Kilås wrote:

On 02/20/2015 10:07 AM, Markus Kilås wrote:

Hi,

I was testing my own installation of Jitsi Meet and had some issues
getting video to the participants.

I tested with:
- Chromium 40 on Linux (fedora)
- Chromium 37 (I think) (debian)
- Chrome 40 on OS X
- Chrome 39 on Android

Every client could see the video from the Android one but none of the
other videos was possible to see anywhere (except locally on each
client).

Then I tested with the meet.jit.si service and I could see the video
also from a desktop browser client.

In order to troubleshoot it would be useful to know which version/build
is used on meet.jit.si?

I have been testing with:
- Meet build 380
- Videobridge build 406

Cheers,
Markus

Nobody knows which version is used on meet.jit.si or no of the admins
are on this list?

Jitsi Meet 333, Videobridge 384.

I think there's an update scheduled for next week.

Thank you Boris!

So it is as expected different version from what I am using which may or
may bot be the issue.

If possible, may I ask you to let us know after the upgrade what the new
versions are?

Then I could upgrade my environment to the same versions and see if the
problem persists or not.

Cheers,
Markus

What do you think of having the version/build number available somewhere
in Jitsi Meet so it would possible to see which version is used?

I think that'd be useful.

Regards,
Boris

Cheers,
Markus


#5

Hi,

I was testing my own installation of Jitsi Meet and had some issues
getting video to the participants.

I tested with:
- Chromium 40 on Linux (fedora)
- Chromium 37 (I think) (debian)
- Chrome 40 on OS X
- Chrome 39 on Android

Every client could see the video from the Android one but none of the
other videos was possible to see anywhere (except locally on each
client).

Then I tested with the meet.jit.si service and I could see the video
also from a desktop browser client.

In order to troubleshoot it would be useful to know which version/build
is used on meet.jit.si?

I have been testing with:
- Meet build 380
- Videobridge build 406

Cheers,
Markus

Nobody knows which version is used on meet.jit.si or no of the admins
are on this list?

Jitsi Meet 333, Videobridge 384.

I think there's an update scheduled for next week.

Thank you Boris!

So it is as expected different version from what I am using which may or
may bot be the issue.

If possible, may I ask you to let us know after the upgrade what the new
versions are?

Then I could upgrade my environment to the same versions and see if the
problem persists or not.

Cheers,
Markus

What do you think of having the version/build number available somewhere
in Jitsi Meet so it would possible to see which version is used?

I think that'd be useful.

Regards,
Boris

Cheers,
Markus

Hi Boris, all,

It seems meet.jit.si has been update now?
At least the "unsupported browser" page looks different.

Could you let me know what versions are used now? Then I can do a new
set of tests.

Jitsi Meet 406
Videobridge 411
Jicofo 49

Regarding the inclusion of version/build numbers, Are the build numbers
created by Jenkins?

Yes, they are. Jenkins is also the one that creates the git tags.

In that case suspect it also would have to be during
that process the number is written somewhere. Could for instance be a
file "version.txt" or similar. Any ideas?

I think that makes sense, but I don't know if/when someone will be able to implement it.

Boris

···

On 11/03/15 12:26, Markus Kilås wrote:

On 03/01/2015 11:54 AM, Markus Kilås wrote:

On 02/28/2015 12:54 PM, Boris Grozev wrote:

On 28/02/15 11:31, Markus Kilås wrote:

On 02/20/2015 10:07 AM, Markus Kilås wrote:


#6

Hi,

I was testing my own installation of Jitsi Meet and had some issues
getting video to the participants.

I tested with:
- Chromium 40 on Linux (fedora)
- Chromium 37 (I think) (debian)
- Chrome 40 on OS X
- Chrome 39 on Android

Every client could see the video from the Android one but none of the
other videos was possible to see anywhere (except locally on each
client).

Then I tested with the meet.jit.si service and I could see the video
also from a desktop browser client.

In order to troubleshoot it would be useful to know which
version/build
is used on meet.jit.si?

I have been testing with:
- Meet build 380
- Videobridge build 406

Cheers,
Markus

Nobody knows which version is used on meet.jit.si or no of the admins
are on this list?

Jitsi Meet 333, Videobridge 384.

I think there's an update scheduled for next week.

Thank you Boris!

So it is as expected different version from what I am using which may or
may bot be the issue.

If possible, may I ask you to let us know after the upgrade what the new
versions are?

Then I could upgrade my environment to the same versions and see if the
problem persists or not.

Cheers,
Markus

What do you think of having the version/build number available
somewhere
in Jitsi Meet so it would possible to see which version is used?

I think that'd be useful.

Regards,
Boris

Cheers,
Markus

Hi Boris, all,

It seems meet.jit.si has been update now?
At least the "unsupported browser" page looks different.

Could you let me know what versions are used now? Then I can do a new
set of tests.

Jitsi Meet 406
Videobridge 411
Jicofo 49

Thank you Boris, appreciate it.

Then I will test that meet.jit.si works as I expect it and then proceed
to upgrade my environment to the same version and see if the issues are
still reproducible.

Cheers,
Markus

···

On 03/11/2015 01:32 PM, Boris Grozev wrote:

On 11/03/15 12:26, Markus Kilås wrote:

On 03/01/2015 11:54 AM, Markus Kilås wrote:

On 02/28/2015 12:54 PM, Boris Grozev wrote:

On 28/02/15 11:31, Markus Kilås wrote:

On 02/20/2015 10:07 AM, Markus Kilås wrote:

Regarding the inclusion of version/build numbers, Are the build numbers
created by Jenkins?

Yes, they are. Jenkins is also the one that creates the git tags.

In that case suspect it also would have to be during
that process the number is written somewhere. Could for instance be a
file "version.txt" or similar. Any ideas?

I think that makes sense, but I don't know if/when someone will be able
to implement it.

Boris


#7

Hi,

I was testing my own installation of Jitsi Meet and had some issues
getting video to the participants.

I tested with:
- Chromium 40 on Linux (fedora)
- Chromium 37 (I think) (debian)
- Chrome 40 on OS X
- Chrome 39 on Android

Every client could see the video from the Android one but none of the
other videos was possible to see anywhere (except locally on each
client).

Then I tested with the meet.jit.si service and I could see the video
also from a desktop browser client.

In order to troubleshoot it would be useful to know which
version/build
is used on meet.jit.si?

I have been testing with:
- Meet build 380
- Videobridge build 406

Cheers,
Markus

Nobody knows which version is used on meet.jit.si or no of the admins
are on this list?

Jitsi Meet 333, Videobridge 384.

I think there's an update scheduled for next week.

Thank you Boris!

So it is as expected different version from what I am using which may or
may bot be the issue.

If possible, may I ask you to let us know after the upgrade what the new
versions are?

Then I could upgrade my environment to the same versions and see if the
problem persists or not.

Cheers,
Markus

What do you think of having the version/build number available
somewhere
in Jitsi Meet so it would possible to see which version is used?

I think that'd be useful.

Regards,
Boris

Cheers,
Markus

Hi Boris, all,

It seems meet.jit.si has been update now?
At least the "unsupported browser" page looks different.

Could you let me know what versions are used now? Then I can do a new
set of tests.

Jitsi Meet 406
Videobridge 411
Jicofo 49

I noticed that there are no tags in Git for Jicofa.

However, I found that the latest debian packages was version 49 and 50
so I assume they corresponds to the last two commits in Git.

Cheers,
Markus

···

On 03/11/2015 01:32 PM, Boris Grozev wrote:

On 11/03/15 12:26, Markus Kilås wrote:

On 03/01/2015 11:54 AM, Markus Kilås wrote:

On 02/28/2015 12:54 PM, Boris Grozev wrote:

On 28/02/15 11:31, Markus Kilås wrote:

On 02/20/2015 10:07 AM, Markus Kilås wrote:

Regarding the inclusion of version/build numbers, Are the build numbers
created by Jenkins?

Yes, they are. Jenkins is also the one that creates the git tags.

In that case suspect it also would have to be during
that process the number is written somewhere. Could for instance be a
file "version.txt" or similar. Any ideas?

I think that makes sense, but I don't know if/when someone will be able
to implement it.

Boris

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#8

Hi,

I just added the tagging for jicofo and jigasi and will be available
after next builds.

Hi,

I was testing my own installation of Jitsi Meet and had some issues
getting video to the participants.

I tested with:
- Chromium 40 on Linux (fedora)
- Chromium 37 (I think) (debian)
- Chrome 40 on OS X
- Chrome 39 on Android

Every client could see the video from the Android one but none of the
other videos was possible to see anywhere (except locally on each
client).

Then I tested with the meet.jit.si service and I could see the video
also from a desktop browser client.

In order to troubleshoot it would be useful to know which
version/build
is used on meet.jit.si?

I have been testing with:
- Meet build 380
- Videobridge build 406

Cheers,
Markus

Nobody knows which version is used on meet.jit.si or no of the admins
are on this list?

Jitsi Meet 333, Videobridge 384.

I think there's an update scheduled for next week.

Thank you Boris!

So it is as expected different version from what I am using which may or
may bot be the issue.

If possible, may I ask you to let us know after the upgrade what the new
versions are?

Then I could upgrade my environment to the same versions and see if the
problem persists or not.

Cheers,
Markus

What do you think of having the version/build number available
somewhere
in Jitsi Meet so it would possible to see which version is used?

I think that'd be useful.

Regards,
Boris

Cheers,
Markus

Hi Boris, all,

It seems meet.jit.si has been update now?
At least the "unsupported browser" page looks different.

Could you let me know what versions are used now? Then I can do a new
set of tests.

Jitsi Meet 406
Videobridge 411
Jicofo 49

I noticed that there are no tags in Git for Jicofa.

However, I found that the latest debian packages was version 49 and 50
so I assume they corresponds to the last two commits in Git.

Yes you are right. Just checked that.

Regards
damencho

···

On Thu, Mar 12, 2015 at 1:46 PM, Markus Kilås <subjunctive.post@gmail.com> wrote:

On 03/11/2015 01:32 PM, Boris Grozev wrote:

On 11/03/15 12:26, Markus Kilås wrote:

On 03/01/2015 11:54 AM, Markus Kilås wrote:

On 02/28/2015 12:54 PM, Boris Grozev wrote:

On 28/02/15 11:31, Markus Kilås wrote:

On 02/20/2015 10:07 AM, Markus Kilås wrote:

Cheers,
Markus

Regarding the inclusion of version/build numbers, Are the build numbers
created by Jenkins?

Yes, they are. Jenkins is also the one that creates the git tags.

In that case suspect it also would have to be during
that process the number is written somewhere. Could for instance be a
file "version.txt" or similar. Any ideas?

I think that makes sense, but I don't know if/when someone will be able
to implement it.

Boris

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#9

Awesome, thanks!

// Markus

···

On 03/12/2015 12:56 PM, Damian Minkov wrote:

Hi,

I just added the tagging for jicofo and jigasi and will be available
after next builds.

On Thu, Mar 12, 2015 at 1:46 PM, Markus Kilås > <subjunctive.post@gmail.com> wrote:

On 03/11/2015 01:32 PM, Boris Grozev wrote:

On 11/03/15 12:26, Markus Kilås wrote:

On 03/01/2015 11:54 AM, Markus Kilås wrote:

On 02/28/2015 12:54 PM, Boris Grozev wrote:

On 28/02/15 11:31, Markus Kilås wrote:

On 02/20/2015 10:07 AM, Markus Kilås wrote:

Hi,

I was testing my own installation of Jitsi Meet and had some issues
getting video to the participants.

I tested with:
- Chromium 40 on Linux (fedora)
- Chromium 37 (I think) (debian)
- Chrome 40 on OS X
- Chrome 39 on Android

Every client could see the video from the Android one but none of the
other videos was possible to see anywhere (except locally on each
client).

Then I tested with the meet.jit.si service and I could see the video
also from a desktop browser client.

In order to troubleshoot it would be useful to know which
version/build
is used on meet.jit.si?

I have been testing with:
- Meet build 380
- Videobridge build 406

Cheers,
Markus

Nobody knows which version is used on meet.jit.si or no of the admins
are on this list?

Jitsi Meet 333, Videobridge 384.

I think there's an update scheduled for next week.

Thank you Boris!

So it is as expected different version from what I am using which may or
may bot be the issue.

If possible, may I ask you to let us know after the upgrade what the new
versions are?

Then I could upgrade my environment to the same versions and see if the
problem persists or not.

Cheers,
Markus

What do you think of having the version/build number available
somewhere
in Jitsi Meet so it would possible to see which version is used?

I think that'd be useful.

Regards,
Boris

Cheers,
Markus

Hi Boris, all,

It seems meet.jit.si has been update now?
At least the "unsupported browser" page looks different.

Could you let me know what versions are used now? Then I can do a new
set of tests.

Jitsi Meet 406
Videobridge 411
Jicofo 49

I noticed that there are no tags in Git for Jicofa.

However, I found that the latest debian packages was version 49 and 50
so I assume they corresponds to the last two commits in Git.

Yes you are right. Just checked that.

Regards
damencho

Cheers,
Markus

Regarding the inclusion of version/build numbers, Are the build numbers
created by Jenkins?

Yes, they are. Jenkins is also the one that creates the git tags.

In that case suspect it also would have to be during
that process the number is written somewhere. Could for instance be a
file "version.txt" or similar. Any ideas?

I think that makes sense, but I don't know if/when someone will be able
to implement it.

Boris

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