Replace Jitsi logo

If I want to update jitsi logo on Debian server, will I have to replace logo for every new update?

I’m afraid so, yes.

How often are there updates? Every week?

No, I’d say on average every couple of months or so.

Where can I see updates? Will my Debian update automatically?

Unless you have automatic Debian updates enabled it won’t self-update. You can also put the packages on hold to make sure you control the update pace. As for releases, we don’t currently have a good place to tell you, but we will soon.

If you are using nginx as reverse-proxy, you can add some rewrite-rules to your nginx-config:

location /images/watermark.png {
    alias /path/to/my/watermark.png;
}
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That’s a smart solution, cheers!

Hi, that’s smart indeed, do someone have a similar solution for jetty ?
Thanks

Edit: sorry, I don’t know web servers well, I didn’t notice you were talking about nginx as a reverse-proxy, not as a web server.

That’s a horrible hack for such a common request as rebranding.

Why is it so confusing to change the logo!?

@Civility… This actually quite common and extremely simple on nginx. As an alternative approach, keep showing your support and just use the default jitsi logo. :+1:

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It’s now a simple option in interface_config.js: https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/blob/da9a70129e443dff676fafa61805b6cf62d516cc/interface_config.js#L49

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