A bit of bad news: we failed to produce a recording of today's meeting (my fault), and we didn't have anyone taking minutes. Here is an attempt of a more detailed summary:
Updates from the Atlassian team:
Damian presented the recent progress on functional tests (jitsi-meet-torture): they now run on firefox as well as chrome. Several firefox-related bugs were found and fixed.
Hristo presented the latest progress on the Jitsi-Meet library: added documentation, bugfixes (dominant speaker event, JS errors of datachannels), started the implementation of the JitsiParticipant interface.
Hristo presented the plan for the next couple of weeks for the Jitsi-Meet library: finish the implementation of JitsiParticipant, implement audio levels, bugfixes (TRACK_REMOVED event issues,
mute / umute local track on issues, active speaker event issues).
Boris presented the addition of tests for ICE/TCP in jitsi-meet-torture. Two issues were found and will be worked on in the next couple of weeks:
* Videobridge fails to handle the initial DTLS ClientHello sent from the browser. As a result DTLS establishment is delayed by 1s (until the ClientHello is retransmitted).
* ICE/TCP fails intermittently when the bridge runs on an EC2 instance
ICE/TCP was tested against Firefox 42, and no issues were found on the transport layer. Signalling modification were required (adding "tcptype" to TCP candidates before passing them to firefox), and we don't have these in a commitable state
George presented the work on simulcast with SSRC re-writing.
Vinayak Bhat and Chris Wendt announced that Comcast is going to release a Jitsi-Meet client for iOS under an open-source license.
Peter Saint-Andre brought up the idea of abstracting the signalling in the Jitsi-Meet library.
Varun Singh from callstats.io presented the ongoing work of adding server-side logs to callstats.io, and specifically logs from jitsi-videobridge (available at https://github.com/callstats-io/)
On 28/09/15 10:23, Emil Ivov wrote:
Our call, starting in a few minutes will feature the following items:
1. Progress update from the Atlassian team
2. Varun from CallStats.io has a few things to share on callstats and
how it will be able to play with JVB
3. Vinayak will share some very exciting plans from Comcast
4. Open mike