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Subject [Incubator Wiki] Update of "OpenmeetingsProposal" by SebastianWagner
Date Thu, 11 Aug 2011 20:38:51 GMT
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The "OpenmeetingsProposal" page has been changed by SebastianWagner:
http://wiki.apache.org/incubator/OpenmeetingsProposal?action=diff&rev1=16&rev2=17

  Openmeetings provides video conferencing, instant messaging, white board, collaborative
document editing and other groupware tools, on the top of Red5 media server.
  
  == Background ==
- Openmeetings was developed for two years by Sebastian Wagner and willing developers. The
project ships a release approximately once per quarter. It was developed using LGPL license,
and developers are currently thinking of re-licensing it under Apache License 2.0.
+ Openmeetings was developed since 2007 by Sebastian Wagner and willing developers. The project
ships a release approximately once per quarter. It was developed using LGPL license, and developers
are currently thinking of re-licensing it under Apache License 2.0.
  
  === Rationale ===
  Last year most major vendors started commercial web conferencing solutions. This is an important
part of software ecosystem, and there is an urge to consolidate open source development efforts
in this direction.
@@ -38, +38 @@

  === Community ===
  The developer community is active. The mailing list is active with dozens of messages every
day, mostly user support topics.
  
- Currently the User Mailing list hast over 1000 members, the dev-list has around 250.
+ Currently the User Mailing list has over 1000 members, the dev-list has around 250.
  
  === Core Developers ===
  Sebastian has started the application two years ago. Current development team counts 21
programmers from Germany, Russia, China, India and South America.
@@ -77, +77 @@

  
  There is an alternative implemenation that we've done using an Java Applet that uses SIP
acting like a softphone and that does not need Red5 for Streaming. This implementation is
not in production yet and you need additionally a SIP Server that does the necessary conference
calls. But we have done conference calls in cooperation with a Finish VoIP Provider.
  
- 
- 
  === Cryptography ===
  Required to check signatures.
  

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