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DimDim – Open source Web conferencing and Meetings

1 April 2009 5 Comments


For my future reference. DimDim is an open source web conferencing and meeting software with the following features:

  • No Install to Host/Join meetings
  • Easy Share Screens&Webpages
  • Audio & Video Conferencing
  • Present PowerPoint and PDFs
  • Private & Public Chat
  • Whiteboard & Annotations
  • Record and Playback Meetings
  • Open Source and open APIs
  • SynchroLive Co-Browsing
  • Free Recording & Archiving
  • Mac & PC Screen Sharing (no Linux??)
  • Multiple Presenters
  • Free Teleconferencing Calls
  • Secure, Private Meetings
  • Faster and Easier than ever
  • No Install to Host meetings

It’s available as a vmware virtual appliance or for those of you using Qemu / KVM / Xen, you should be able to convert the image using:

qemu-img convert -f vmdk -O qcow

5 Comments »

  • opensourcetutor.com » Blog Archive » DimDim - Open source Web … | Open Hacking said:

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  • Kevin Micalizzi, Dimdim Web Conferencing said:

    Definitely stop by and take a look. We just launched Dimdim v5 – better performance and new registration widgets. http://www.dimdim.com

    Thanks!

    -k
    Kevin Micalizzi, Community Manager
    Dimdim Web Conferencing
    e: kevin@dimdim.com
    twitter: @dimdim
    facebook: dimdim.com/facebook

    If you love Dimdim, please vote for us in the Webware 100! http://bit.ly/Vote_for_Dimdim

  • Kevin Micalizzi, Dimdim Web Conferencing said:

    Definitely stop by and take a look. We just launched Dimdim v5 – better performance and new registration widgets.

    Thanks!

    -k
    Kevin Micalizzi, Community Manager
    Dimdim Web Conferencing
    e: kevin@dimdim.com
    twitter: @dimdim
    facebook: dimdim.com/facebook

    If you love Dimdim, please vote for us in the Webware 100! http://bit.ly/Vote_for_Dimdim

  • Brian said:

    The best resource on the web for finding the right web conferencing vendor, solution, or product is the annual product reviews and Top Ten list from the Web Conferencing Council. This free report is found on their site at HTTP://www.webconferencingcouncil.com. This year’s best of class award went to VIA3 from http://www.viack.com.

  • John deep said:

    Another web conferencing worth mentioning here is RHUB. It’s appliance based and supports whiteboard, video and free teleconferencing calls, PC and Mac compatibility, recording, no download meetings etc. You may want to have a look at here
    http://www.rhubcom.com

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