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From Jeff Clay <>
Subject RE: project status
Date Fri, 25 Jan 2013 05:12:56 GMT

It's been a few months since I've tried it, but I never could get the web audio to mix with
the asterisk/sip audio. I could dial in to the conferences fine and other conference users
could hear each other if they were dialed in. After researching more, I found that I needed
redphone or some app of similar title to mix the audio, but I never could get it run. The
required (redphone) project seemed almost dead/abandoned. I filed bug/trouble reports with
OM and the responsible devs of the app and never got a response. While not necessarily bugs,
but enhancements/feature requests to make it more competitive with webex and at&t connect
is to have the dial-in meetme bridge numbers random generate (and do a check, obviously, to
make sure the random number hadn't been randomly generated and in user before) instead of
going in a sequential order within the range specified in the settings. Oh, and an actual
bug that comes to mind is that when you delete a conference room or it naturally expires,
the meetme bridge is not removed the database; which allows users to call in and use the audio
bridge with expired credentials. Also, even when you're not a presenter, but just a regular
meeting attendee without any special privs, you can click on the presented document or whiteboard
and your clicks show up (including the pulsating circles) to all users. With this being written
in java, is there a way to get the video containers (the small windows containing the webcams
of other users) to be able to drag outside of the main/hosting browser window? If you have
multiple monitors and wish to drag the webcam windows to another screen, you're limited to
only dragging them within the browser window. I know I'm throwing a lot at you, this was tested
hastily, but extensively, between myself and some other admins. We really liked the potential
this showed, especially against the user limitations of bigbluebutton, but as admins, we can't
devote a lot of time to developing/changing/patching the problems or features we found or

If there is a potential to resolve some of the items addressed above, I will gladly setup
a new test box using current code and actively work with whomever necessary.

Thanks for your time.

From: []
Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2013 10:47 PM
Subject: Re: project status

Hi Jeff,

For production you should be using version 2.0.
2.1 is not released ... but to tryout SIP integration I would use 2.1 too and discuss issues
SIP integration has been reworked heavily lately.
Maybe you can tell us more about your problems with the SIP integration.
What exact revision of OpenMeetings 2.1 you have been using?
Have you been able to make make calls into the conference room from SIP/landlane and out?


2013/1/25 Jeff Clay <<>>
Oh, and I was using version 2.1

From: Jeff Clay
Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2013 10:13 PM
Subject: RE: project status

I created bug reports and feature suggestions for several of the things I experienced. You
can view my reports on the Jira site, username is Jeff clay or jeffclay or something like
that. Lol none of them have been responded to or resolved.

From:<> []
Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2013 10:06 PM
Subject: Re: project status

Hi Jeff,
which version are you actually using and what issues did you face?

There is also another Thread about features for version 2.1.
@Maxim, I think you pretty much told what the Roadmap is. Or do you think there is a need
for making that more detailed?

2013/1/25 Jeff Clay <<>>
I've messed around with openmeetings quite a bit, but I still don't think it's quite stable
enough to use in my environment; which I'm dying to kick webex and at&t connect to the
curb. I haven't been able to locate any type of road map online. Is there a rough guideline
on when OM will be out of incubator status and begin to follow regular releases, etc.?
Thanks for the information.



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