WebRTC Weekly Issue #248 - October 31, 2018

Here is the latest on WebRTC  from your friends at webrtcweekly.com.

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Live Broadcasting Tech & Trends in 2018  sponsored 
Explore the history of live broadcasting, and it’s current trends and opportunities in the industry.

8×8 Acquires Jitsi Video Communications Technology From Atlassian, 8×8, Inc. (Press release)
Jitsi changing hands from Atlassian to 8×8. Time will tell if this will be a beneficial period for the Jitsi open source project as it were during the Atlassian days.

Whatever Happened to WebRTC? (Wildix)
A look at where we are now.


Release Notes for Safari Technology Preview 68 (WebKit)
VP8 in WebKit. Next step – Safari.

Firefox 64 WebRTC/WebAudio Release Notes (Mozilla)
Bug fixes and optimizations for the most part.

PSA: WebRTC M71 Release Notes (discuss-webrtc)
Unified plan experiment on its way.

Capturing WebRTC traffic in Janus (Janus)
Having unencrypted, easy access to media via PCAP. Who could ask for more?

Use Cases and Customer Wins

None this week


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OpenVidu 2.6.0: Ionic support (OpenVidu)
OpenVidu adds Ionic.

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