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The Ignite Realtime community is pleased to announce the release of Smack 4.4.0-alpha3.
This is scheduled to be the last alpha release of the upcoming Smack 4.4 series. In 4-6 weeks, we will create the ?4.4? branch in Smack?s git and prepare the first beta release. If there is a feature or API change you like to see in Smack 4.4, then you should use that merge window to get your changes into Smack.
The Ignite Realtime Community is happy to announce the availability of Openfire version 4.5.2. This release resolves a number of bugs including a long standing issue of the Japanese Translation (OF-1966) not being available on the admin console! The release signifies our effort to stabilize a 4.5 series release while developing the soon to come 4.6.0.
You can find download artifacts available with the followng
5e4011517d2d445a3816cc772c02ade5ed42bdde openfire-4.5.2-1.i686.rpm 726b9f7f49876684ab7d8afd9c268f6d1ed59606 openfire-4.5.2-1.noarch.rpm fedfefe709dde35042e1c73fc2be959e87fb499a openfire-4.5.2-1.x86_64.rpm b03cb01d937e2c499d585e2b9438a1fee7d864d4 openfire_4.5.2_all.deb 90b75516257bac311f7fad4e3bd4061d57757135 openfire_4_5_2_bundledJRE.exe d77b515a0c272844c1a4d41dbf3a3c37dd9fd3f9 openfire_4_5_2_bundledJRE_x64.exe 20b0ee0839c7563c2bf9729bbb975816d8189588 openfire_4_5_2.dmg 4c5b7be4cc80fad95db404e71b5e50d4f36ef6a2 openfire_4_5_2.exe 38bcf3b4ac19effa30187047535b7d9400140aaa openfire_4_5_2.tar.gz e793882c17ba9b3b4ba1469e17de09e0c5bef9ee openfire_4_5_2_x64.exe 148a478327c569f6ee36b36096482a466a530137 openfire_4_5_2.zip 654884e8ebe2ffe111d28f8e3595dbcc3c84d7d7 openfire_src_4_5_2.tar.gz 085e6050105ff085dab5979d68c5cc74436d9e13 openfire_src_4_5_2.zip
For your curiosity, here?s an accounting of the number of artifact downloads for the
4.5.1 release of Openfire made back on 31 January.
As always, a big thanks goes to @guus for his heroic development efforts of Openfire. Please give this a release a try and stop by our support groupchat to let us know how it goes. Hopefully a 4.6.0 beta release is not too far away, so if you are in a position to test
master branch / nightly builds, please consider doing so!
The Ignite Realtime community is happy to announce the release of version 2.0.1 of the Monitoring plugin for Openfire!
This update fixes an error if search text contains special characters, removes false advertisement of free text search in personal archives and improves MAM IQ results.
Your instance of Openfire should automatically display the availability of the update. Alternatively, you can download the new release of the plugin at the Monitoring plugin?s archive page
The Ignite Realtime community is happy to announce the release of version 0.7.0 of the Push Notification plugin for Openfire!
This update provides better behavior on iOS devices by letting messages to wake up a device and limiting the rate of push notifications.
Your instance of Openfire should automatically display the availability of the plugin in the next few hours. Alternatively, you can download the new release of the plugin at the Push Notification plugin archive page
Later this week, the popular Android client Conversations will have an exciting new release that will allow you to make voice and video calls.
For this to work well with your instance of Openfire, it is recommended to make use of a STUN and TURN service. I?ve personally experimented with coturn, which I?ve found easy to use.
After you?ve set up the STUN and TURN service, you?ll need to configure Openfire to expose the availability of this new service to your users. You can do this easily with the External Service Discovery plugin for Openfire.
After you install the plugin, you can add your TURN and STUN services to its configuration, as shown below. This will allow clients to discover the availability of these services!
Take care to read up on the authentication mechanisms that are available in your TURN server, to prevent unrelated third parties from making use of your bandwidth.
That?s all to it!