We are right now testing a patch to Janus that will hopefully give us the stability we were missing in http://jangouts.suse.de. As a consequence, it's reasonable to expect a wider usage of Jangouts inside the company. Thus, I want to share maintainership of Jangouts as much as possible. The more developers know how to fix errors and implement features, the better.

We already have a roadmap for the next two versions (0.4.0 and 0.5.0) but I don't want to spend my whole hackweek implementing those features in isolation. I would rather follow a workshop approach to welcome new contributors within the company (or outside, of course), so we get the stuff done and fix the single point of failure for the same price.

So if you are a Jangouts user, or you are interested in Javascript/AngularJS or simply if you don't have a better plan for hackweek, just ping me and/or join this project. I'll be physically in Nuremberg during Hackweek and virtually anywhere else thanks to Jangouts ;-)

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    • ancorgs
      almost 4 years ago by ancorgs | Reply

      We are at 3.1.7. Everybody is welcome.

    • ancorgs
      almost 4 years ago by ancorgs | Reply

      The main goal was to get more people involved in development. The secondary goal was to implement some requested features. As you can see in the pulse page of the project, we fulfilled both: "5 authors have pushed 39 commits to master" and "Closed issues: 13".

      We will deploy the result today at jangouts.suse.de

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