An open source Web conferencing project that provides video conferencing, instant messaging, collaborative document editing and similar features. Apache OpenMeetings is based on the OpenLaszlo RIA framework and Red5 media server.
Work on the original OpenMeetings project commenced in 2006, and in December 2011 OpenMeetings was accepted into the Apache Incubator. In December 2012 Apache OpenMeetings became a top-level Apache project, and the most recent release, 2.1, debuted a few months later in April 2013.
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