[jitsi-users] Big News!


#1

Hey all,

Big news!

BlueJimp has just become part of the Atlassian family, and we're really excited.

I’m sure most members of the Jitsi Community know Atlasssian from products like JIRA, Confluence, Bitbucket, HipChat, etc. Many of you probably even remember when we used JIRA for the Jitsi tickets before moving to Github.

This new partnership makes us quite happy.

What does this mean for the Jitsi community?

First things first, so there’s no confusion: Jitsi will continue to evolve as an open source project.

Everyone at Atlassian and BlueJimp agrees that the best way to keep Jitsi thriving is by working hand in hand with the community.

The BlueJimp team will concentrate on Jitsi Videobridge, Jigasi, Jirecon, Jitisi Meet and the rest of our conferencing projects. We also plan on supporting new contributions from the community so projects like the Jitsi Client can continue developing.

Taking Jitsi and BlueJimp to new heights

Atlassian is a successful company with significantly more resources than BlueJimp ever had. This new partnership gives the Jitsi Community the support of a strong network, allowing us the freedom to focus on Jitsi's capabilities.

This opportunity to grow exponentially is what helped us decide to partner with Atlassian, and I am super excited.
Thanks to Atlassian, we now have options and support. Jitsi has the resources to grow and conquer.

Obviously, the folks at Atlassian are eager to get things going, so the BlueJimp team is hard at work integrating Jitsi with HipChat. We are also exploring what we can do with other Atlassian products.

All in all, this is all about collaboration and the work that we do together. It's definitely a great beginning.

Cheers!
Emil

P.S. Please send replies to dev@jitsi.org

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#2

Good move, Emil, looking forward to what transpires in the near future. LN.

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On Tue, Apr 21, 2015 at 8:16 AM, Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hey all,

Big news!

BlueJimp has just become part of the Atlassian family, and we're really
excited.

I’m sure most members of the Jitsi Community know Atlasssian from products
like JIRA, Confluence, Bitbucket, HipChat, etc. Many of you probably even
remember when we used JIRA for the Jitsi tickets before moving to Github.

This new partnership makes us quite happy.

What does this mean for the Jitsi community?

First things first, so there’s no confusion: Jitsi will continue to evolve
as an open source project.

Everyone at Atlassian and BlueJimp agrees that the best way to keep Jitsi
thriving is by working hand in hand with the community.

The BlueJimp team will concentrate on Jitsi Videobridge, Jigasi, Jirecon,
Jitisi Meet and the rest of our conferencing projects. We also plan on
supporting new contributions from the community so projects like the Jitsi
Client can continue developing.

Taking Jitsi and BlueJimp to new heights

Atlassian is a successful company with significantly more resources than
BlueJimp ever had. This new partnership gives the Jitsi Community the
support of a strong network, allowing us the freedom to focus on Jitsi's
capabilities.

This opportunity to grow exponentially is what helped us decide to partner
with Atlassian, and I am super excited.
Thanks to Atlassian, we now have options and support. Jitsi has the
resources to grow and conquer.

Obviously, the folks at Atlassian are eager to get things going, so the
BlueJimp team is hard at work integrating Jitsi with HipChat. We are also
exploring what we can do with other Atlassian products.

All in all, this is all about collaboration and the work that we do
together. It's definitely a great beginning.

Cheers!
Emil

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#3

Congratulations, Emil!

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On 4/21/15 9:16 AM, Emil Ivov wrote:

Hey all,

Big news!

BlueJimp has just become part of the Atlassian family, and we're really
excited.

I’m sure most members of the Jitsi Community know Atlasssian from
products like JIRA, Confluence, Bitbucket, HipChat, etc. Many of you
probably even remember when we used JIRA for the Jitsi tickets before
moving to Github.

This new partnership makes us quite happy.

What does this mean for the Jitsi community?

First things first, so there’s no confusion: Jitsi will continue to
evolve as an open source project.

Everyone at Atlassian and BlueJimp agrees that the best way to keep
Jitsi thriving is by working hand in hand with the community.

The BlueJimp team will concentrate on Jitsi Videobridge, Jigasi,
Jirecon, Jitisi Meet and the rest of our conferencing projects. We also
plan on supporting new contributions from the community so projects like
the Jitsi Client can continue developing.

Taking Jitsi and BlueJimp to new heights

Atlassian is a successful company with significantly more resources than
BlueJimp ever had. This new partnership gives the Jitsi Community the
support of a strong network, allowing us the freedom to focus on Jitsi's
capabilities.

This opportunity to grow exponentially is what helped us decide to
partner with Atlassian, and I am super excited.
Thanks to Atlassian, we now have options and support. Jitsi has the
resources to grow and conquer.

Obviously, the folks at Atlassian are eager to get things going, so the
BlueJimp team is hard at work integrating Jitsi with HipChat. We are
also exploring what we can do with other Atlassian products.

All in all, this is all about collaboration and the work that we do
together. It's definitely a great beginning.

Cheers!
Emil

P.S. Please send replies to dev@jitsi.org


#4

Congratulations!
Osama

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On Apr 21, 2015, at 11:16 AM, Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hey all,

Big news!

BlueJimp has just become part of the Atlassian family, and we're really excited.

I’m sure most members of the Jitsi Community know Atlasssian from products like JIRA, Confluence, Bitbucket, HipChat, etc. Many of you probably even remember when we used JIRA for the Jitsi tickets before moving to Github.

This new partnership makes us quite happy.

What does this mean for the Jitsi community?

First things first, so there’s no confusion: Jitsi will continue to evolve as an open source project.

Everyone at Atlassian and BlueJimp agrees that the best way to keep Jitsi thriving is by working hand in hand with the community.

The BlueJimp team will concentrate on Jitsi Videobridge, Jigasi, Jirecon, Jitisi Meet and the rest of our conferencing projects. We also plan on supporting new contributions from the community so projects like the Jitsi Client can continue developing.

Taking Jitsi and BlueJimp to new heights

Atlassian is a successful company with significantly more resources than BlueJimp ever had. This new partnership gives the Jitsi Community the support of a strong network, allowing us the freedom to focus on Jitsi's capabilities.

This opportunity to grow exponentially is what helped us decide to partner with Atlassian, and I am super excited.
Thanks to Atlassian, we now have options and support. Jitsi has the resources to grow and conquer.

Obviously, the folks at Atlassian are eager to get things going, so the BlueJimp team is hard at work integrating Jitsi with HipChat. We are also exploring what we can do with other Atlassian products.

All in all, this is all about collaboration and the work that we do together. It's definitely a great beginning.

Cheers!
Emil

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#5

Excellent News! Congrats to Emil and the Entire Jitsi Team.

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On 4/21/15 11:16 AM, Emil Ivov wrote:

Hey all,

Big news!

BlueJimp has just become part of the Atlassian family, and we're really excited.

I’m sure most members of the Jitsi Community know Atlasssian from products like JIRA, Confluence, Bitbucket, HipChat, etc. Many of you probably even remember when we used JIRA for the Jitsi tickets before moving to Github.

This new partnership makes us quite happy.

What does this mean for the Jitsi community?

First things first, so there’s no confusion: Jitsi will continue to evolve as an open source project.

Everyone at Atlassian and BlueJimp agrees that the best way to keep Jitsi thriving is by working hand in hand with the community.

The BlueJimp team will concentrate on Jitsi Videobridge, Jigasi, Jirecon, Jitisi Meet and the rest of our conferencing projects. We also plan on supporting new contributions from the community so projects like the Jitsi Client can continue developing.

Taking Jitsi and BlueJimp to new heights

Atlassian is a successful company with significantly more resources than BlueJimp ever had. This new partnership gives the Jitsi Community the support of a strong network, allowing us the freedom to focus on Jitsi's capabilities.

This opportunity to grow exponentially is what helped us decide to partner with Atlassian, and I am super excited.
Thanks to Atlassian, we now have options and support. Jitsi has the resources to grow and conquer.

Obviously, the folks at Atlassian are eager to get things going, so the BlueJimp team is hard at work integrating Jitsi with HipChat. We are also exploring what we can do with other Atlassian products.

All in all, this is all about collaboration and the work that we do together. It's definitely a great beginning.

Cheers!
Emil

P.S. Please send replies to dev@jitsi.org


#6

Way to go Emil! Well deserved!!

Best regards and best wishes to the community.

Ranga.

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On Tue, Apr 21, 2015 at 11:16 AM, Emil Ivov <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hey all,

Big news!

BlueJimp has just become part of the Atlassian family, and we're really
excited.

I’m sure most members of the Jitsi Community know Atlasssian from products
like JIRA, Confluence, Bitbucket, HipChat, etc. Many of you probably even
remember when we used JIRA for the Jitsi tickets before moving to Github.

This new partnership makes us quite happy.

What does this mean for the Jitsi community?

First things first, so there’s no confusion: Jitsi will continue to evolve
as an open source project.

Everyone at Atlassian and BlueJimp agrees that the best way to keep Jitsi
thriving is by working hand in hand with the community.

The BlueJimp team will concentrate on Jitsi Videobridge, Jigasi, Jirecon,
Jitisi Meet and the rest of our conferencing projects. We also plan on
supporting new contributions from the community so projects like the Jitsi
Client can continue developing.

Taking Jitsi and BlueJimp to new heights

Atlassian is a successful company with significantly more resources than
BlueJimp ever had. This new partnership gives the Jitsi Community the
support of a strong network, allowing us the freedom to focus on Jitsi's
capabilities.

This opportunity to grow exponentially is what helped us decide to partner
with Atlassian, and I am super excited.
Thanks to Atlassian, we now have options and support. Jitsi has the
resources to grow and conquer.

Obviously, the folks at Atlassian are eager to get things going, so the
BlueJimp team is hard at work integrating Jitsi with HipChat. We are also
exploring what we can do with other Atlassian products.

All in all, this is all about collaboration and the work that we do
together. It's definitely a great beginning.

Cheers!
Emil

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#7

Very cool!

-> richard

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On 4/21/15 11:16 , Emil Ivov wrote:

Hey all,

Big news!

BlueJimp has just become part of the Atlassian family, and we're really excited.

I’m sure most members of the Jitsi Community know Atlasssian from products like JIRA, Confluence, Bitbucket, HipChat, etc. Many of you probably even remember when we used JIRA for the Jitsi tickets before moving to Github.

This new partnership makes us quite happy.

What does this mean for the Jitsi community?

First things first, so there’s no confusion: Jitsi will continue to evolve as an open source project.

Everyone at Atlassian and BlueJimp agrees that the best way to keep Jitsi thriving is by working hand in hand with the community.

The BlueJimp team will concentrate on Jitsi Videobridge, Jigasi, Jirecon, Jitisi Meet and the rest of our conferencing projects. We also plan on supporting new contributions from the community so projects like the Jitsi Client can continue developing.

Taking Jitsi and BlueJimp to new heights

Atlassian is a successful company with significantly more resources than BlueJimp ever had. This new partnership gives the Jitsi Community the support of a strong network, allowing us the freedom to focus on Jitsi's capabilities.

This opportunity to grow exponentially is what helped us decide to partner with Atlassian, and I am super excited.
Thanks to Atlassian, we now have options and support. Jitsi has the resources to grow and conquer.

Obviously, the folks at Atlassian are eager to get things going, so the BlueJimp team is hard at work integrating Jitsi with HipChat. We are also exploring what we can do with other Atlassian products.

All in all, this is all about collaboration and the work that we do together. It's definitely a great beginning.

Cheers!
Emil

P.S. Please send replies to dev@jitsi.org


#8

Congratulations Emil and team! It’s great to see such phenomenal work get
the recognition it deserves. I look forward to big things to come.

John

···

On 4/21/15, 8:16 AM, "Emil Ivov" <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

Hey all,

Big news!

BlueJimp has just become part of the Atlassian family, and we're really
excited.

I’m sure most members of the Jitsi Community know Atlasssian from
products like JIRA, Confluence, Bitbucket, HipChat, etc. Many of you
probably even remember when we used JIRA for the Jitsi tickets before
moving to Github.

This new partnership makes us quite happy.

What does this mean for the Jitsi community?

First things first, so there’s no confusion: Jitsi will continue to
evolve as an open source project.

Everyone at Atlassian and BlueJimp agrees that the best way to keep
Jitsi thriving is by working hand in hand with the community.

The BlueJimp team will concentrate on Jitsi Videobridge, Jigasi,
Jirecon, Jitisi Meet and the rest of our conferencing projects. We also
plan on supporting new contributions from the community so projects like
the Jitsi Client can continue developing.

Taking Jitsi and BlueJimp to new heights

Atlassian is a successful company with significantly more resources than
BlueJimp ever had. This new partnership gives the Jitsi Community the
support of a strong network, allowing us the freedom to focus on Jitsi's
capabilities.

This opportunity to grow exponentially is what helped us decide to
partner with Atlassian, and I am super excited.
Thanks to Atlassian, we now have options and support. Jitsi has the
resources to grow and conquer.

Obviously, the folks at Atlassian are eager to get things going, so the
BlueJimp team is hard at work integrating Jitsi with HipChat. We are
also exploring what we can do with other Atlassian products.

All in all, this is all about collaboration and the work that we do
together. It's definitely a great beginning.

Cheers!
Emil

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#9

Congratulations Emil, Yana & all the Jitsi/BlueJimp team! Glad to see
another big success in open source real time communications space!

Daniel

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On 21/04/15 17:16, Emil Ivov wrote:

Hey all,

Big news!

BlueJimp has just become part of the Atlassian family, and we're
really excited.

I’m sure most members of the Jitsi Community know Atlasssian from
products like JIRA, Confluence, Bitbucket, HipChat, etc. Many of you
probably even remember when we used JIRA for the Jitsi tickets before
moving to Github.

This new partnership makes us quite happy.

What does this mean for the Jitsi community?

First things first, so there’s no confusion: Jitsi will continue to
evolve as an open source project.

Everyone at Atlassian and BlueJimp agrees that the best way to keep
Jitsi thriving is by working hand in hand with the community.

The BlueJimp team will concentrate on Jitsi Videobridge, Jigasi,
Jirecon, Jitisi Meet and the rest of our conferencing projects. We
also plan on supporting new contributions from the community so
projects like the Jitsi Client can continue developing.

Taking Jitsi and BlueJimp to new heights

Atlassian is a successful company with significantly more resources
than BlueJimp ever had. This new partnership gives the Jitsi Community
the support of a strong network, allowing us the freedom to focus on
Jitsi's capabilities.

This opportunity to grow exponentially is what helped us decide to
partner with Atlassian, and I am super excited.
Thanks to Atlassian, we now have options and support. Jitsi has the
resources to grow and conquer.

Obviously, the folks at Atlassian are eager to get things going, so
the BlueJimp team is hard at work integrating Jitsi with HipChat. We
are also exploring what we can do with other Atlassian products.

All in all, this is all about collaboration and the work that we do
together. It's definitely a great beginning.

Cheers!
Emil

P.S. Please send replies to dev@jitsi.org

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#10

Hey Emil, Yana and others,

Congratulations!
I'm looking forward to seeing how this evolves :slight_smile:

Kind regards,
Danny

···

On 21-04-15 17:16, Emil Ivov wrote:

Hey all,

Big news!

BlueJimp has just become part of the Atlassian family, and we're
really excited.

I’m sure most members of the Jitsi Community know Atlasssian from
products like JIRA, Confluence, Bitbucket, HipChat, etc. Many of you
probably even remember when we used JIRA for the Jitsi tickets before
moving to Github.

This new partnership makes us quite happy.

What does this mean for the Jitsi community?

First things first, so there’s no confusion: Jitsi will continue to
evolve as an open source project.

Everyone at Atlassian and BlueJimp agrees that the best way to keep
Jitsi thriving is by working hand in hand with the community.

The BlueJimp team will concentrate on Jitsi Videobridge, Jigasi,
Jirecon, Jitisi Meet and the rest of our conferencing projects. We
also plan on supporting new contributions from the community so
projects like the Jitsi Client can continue developing.

Taking Jitsi and BlueJimp to new heights

Atlassian is a successful company with significantly more resources
than BlueJimp ever had. This new partnership gives the Jitsi Community
the support of a strong network, allowing us the freedom to focus on
Jitsi's capabilities.

This opportunity to grow exponentially is what helped us decide to
partner with Atlassian, and I am super excited.
Thanks to Atlassian, we now have options and support. Jitsi has the
resources to grow and conquer.

Obviously, the folks at Atlassian are eager to get things going, so
the BlueJimp team is hard at work integrating Jitsi with HipChat. We
are also exploring what we can do with other Atlassian products.

All in all, this is all about collaboration and the work that we do
together. It's definitely a great beginning.

Cheers!
Emil

P.S. Please send replies to dev@jitsi.org


#11

Congratulations!

Very cool!

-> richard

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Am 21.04.2015 um 19:41 schrieb Richard S. Hall <heavy@ungoverned.org>:

On 4/21/15 11:16 , Emil Ivov wrote:

Hey all,

Big news!

BlueJimp has just become part of the Atlassian family, and we're really excited.

I’m sure most members of the Jitsi Community know Atlasssian from products like JIRA, Confluence, Bitbucket, HipChat, etc. Many of you probably even remember when we used JIRA for the Jitsi tickets before moving to Github.

This new partnership makes us quite happy.

What does this mean for the Jitsi community?

First things first, so there’s no confusion: Jitsi will continue to evolve as an open source project.

Everyone at Atlassian and BlueJimp agrees that the best way to keep Jitsi thriving is by working hand in hand with the community.

The BlueJimp team will concentrate on Jitsi Videobridge, Jigasi, Jirecon, Jitisi Meet and the rest of our conferencing projects. We also plan on supporting new contributions from the community so projects like the Jitsi Client can continue developing.

Taking Jitsi and BlueJimp to new heights

Atlassian is a successful company with significantly more resources than BlueJimp ever had. This new partnership gives the Jitsi Community the support of a strong network, allowing us the freedom to focus on Jitsi's capabilities.

This opportunity to grow exponentially is what helped us decide to partner with Atlassian, and I am super excited.
Thanks to Atlassian, we now have options and support. Jitsi has the resources to grow and conquer.

Obviously, the folks at Atlassian are eager to get things going, so the BlueJimp team is hard at work integrating Jitsi with HipChat. We are also exploring what we can do with other Atlassian products.

All in all, this is all about collaboration and the work that we do together. It's definitely a great beginning.

Cheers!
Emil

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#12

Congratulations! one question below:

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On 04/21/2015 06:16 PM, Emil Ivov wrote:

We also plan on supporting new contributions from the community so
projects like the Jitsi Client can continue developing.

Does this mean that development of Jitsi client will in the future
solely depend on contributions from the user community only?


#13

Hi Mr Smith,

Congratulations! one question below:

Thanks on behalf of the whole team!

We also plan on supporting new contributions from the community so
projects like the Jitsi Client can continue developing.

Does this mean that development of Jitsi client will in the future
solely depend on contributions from the user community only?

There's a lot in Jitsi that's shared with the WebRTC line of the project: libjitsi is 100% shared between the two. Jigasi uses the XMPP and SIP protocol providers. There's more. So all that we add to these projects is inherited by Jitsi.

It is likely that some parts will get less attention from the BlueJimp team (like for example the media acquisition parts of libjitsi or the user interface) and that's where we'd appreciate more help from our dev community. There are already a few people contributing to the Jitsi client, who aren't BlueJimp employees. Also many people out there are using the Jitsi client commercially and hopefully we'll get fresh help from them as well!

Cheers,
Yana

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On 22 Apr 2015, at 21:57, Mr.Smith <mr.smith476@gmail.com> wrote:
On 04/21/2015 06:16 PM, Emil Ivov wrote:

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