Ignite Realtime is the community site for the users and developers of Jive Software's open source Real Time Communications projects. Your involvement is helping to change the open RTC landscape.
The Ignite Realtime community is proud to announce the availability of Smack 4.1.5. Like all patch level releases, this release includes some important fixes and users are strongly encouraged to update. Smack 4.1.5 is a API compatible drop-in replacement for every release of the Smack 4.1 series. Have a look at the changelog and the git changelog.
Thanks to everyone who contributed to this release by providing bug reports and patches.
The Ignite Realtime Community is pleased to announce the release of version 3.10.3 of Openfire. This release continues our effort to produce a stable 3.10 release series of Openfire while we work toward the next major release of Openfire. The release is available now for download from our website.
Here are SHA-1 hashes for the download artifacts
Please note that we are no longer producing a Solaris build, due to perceived lack of interest and some strange with our Bamboo build agent. If you would like to help out with creating a Solaris build, please respond in the .
As a reminder, Openfire is developed by a group of volunteers and are always looking for more developers and testers to pitch in. Please stop by our XMPP chatroom email@example.com at any time and say if you are interested in helping out!
The Ignite Realtime community has just released Spark 2.7.3 and it can be downloaded from Ignite Realtime: Downloads.
This release contains minor fixes and features. Such as an updated build script to support newest versions of IzPack, Ant and Java. Various places in the interface have been fixed to use translations instead of default Yes and No options. A phone number has been added to a vCard popup. Default.properties have been extended with a few new options. History window has been tweaked to present a more condensed view, making it look same as in the chat window.
For a complete list of changes please check the official Spark Changelog.
We are glad to receive patches from contributors on igniterealtime/Spark · GitHub. Three of them included in this release. Thank you, vvertigo · GitHub , veganaize · GitHub and marclaporte (Marc Laporte) · GitHub. We hope more developers will find out about this and other Ignite Realtime projects and contribute patches.
Here are sha1 checksums for the downloads:
[Mac OS X] There is no installer for Mac OS X (installer building system has issues with Mac OS X, also Spark has too many major issues on this platform).
[Linux] Flashing plugin is not working on Linux systems.
I've just published Smack 4.2.0-alpha2 on Maven Central. Everyone who wants to look into which direction Smack is heading, and current Smack users eager to be prepared for the upcoming API changes are invited to test this version out. We are awaiting your feedback in the Smack Users forum.
More information about Smack 4.2 can be found in the Smack 4.2 Readme and Upgrade Guide.
The Ignite Realtime community is proud to announce the availability of Smack 4.1.4. This release includes some important fixes. Most notably MultiUserChat's UserStatusListener would not always get triggered in previous releases. Also the JOSN/GCM provider did not correctly parse JSON/GCM extensions. Smack 4.1.4 includes fixes for those and addresses a few other bugs. Since it is a patch level release, Smack 4.1.4 can be used as drop-in replacement for any previous version of Smack 4.1. Users are encouraged to update existing projects depending on Smack.
This is also a friendly reminder that Smack 3 has critical security vulnerabilities. Please check if you are affected by those if you are still using Smack 3 and update as soon as possible.