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PostBooks 4.7 packages available, xTupleCon 2014 award

I recently updated the PostBooks packages in Debian and Ubuntu to version 4.7. This is the version that was released in Ubuntu 14.10 (Utopic Unicorn) and is part of the upcoming Debian 8 (jessie) release.

Want to be selected for Google Summer of Code 2015?

I've mentored a number of students in 2013 and 2014 for Debian and Ganglia and most of the companies I've worked with have run internships and graduate programs from time to time. GSoC 2014 has just finished and with all the excitement, many students are already asking what they can do to prepare and be selected in 2015.

Is WebRTC private?

With the exciting developments at rtc.debian.org, many people are starting to look more closely at browser-based real-time communications.

Some have dared to ask: does it solve the privacy problems of existing solutions?

Click to dial for mobile users of your web sites

If there was a trivial way to let mobile phone users call you from your web site, just by adding a single HTML element to the page, would you do it?

In fact, there is. It doesn't even require a mobile WebRTC browser. It works for virtually any smartphone and a growing number of desktops too.

Introducing the tel: URI

The tel: URI is defined in RFC 3966.

Hangouts Outage? Try WebRTC and JitMeet

With Hangouts being offline right now, it might be a good opportunity to catch up on some of the exciting, free and open alternatives:

Google Summer of Code opportunities in JavaScript, HTML5, jQuery and WebRTC

WebRTC is one of the highlights of HTML5. The latest stable releases of Google Chrome (including the free Chromium browser) and Firefox include support for this technology and although the specifications are still being finalized, this is the time when developers can start preparing the first generation of web-apps that will define the future of this technology.

DruCall updated, Lumicall talk at FOSDEM next weekend

The latest version of DruCall is now pushed to the Drupal Git Repository. As described previously, this version uses JSCommunicator (which is based on the popular JsSIP) as the underlying phone framework. I would be very grateful if somebody from the Drupal community could kindly help my projects escape from the sandbox.

Blog comments working again

Blog comments have been problematic on this site for some months now. I finally had a look into the problem last night and identified the cause of the problem and implemented a workaround which other Drupal Blogspam module users are welcome to copy.

Thanks to Steve Kemp for providing the Blogspam service. Anything but thanks to those who provide the spam.

JSCommunicator to power DruCall 2.x

JSCommunicator 1.0.0 appeared over the festive season, making it even easier for people to build WebRTC real-time voice and video capabilities into their web sites.

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