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Ring’s development team has important information about the project to share with the community. Reluctantly, after many months of hesitation, Ring becomes Jami. Indeed, at the moment, there are many commercial products (some with Ring-like features) protected by trademarks called Ring. This creates a lot of confusion for the users. We know that since we […]

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4 Jan. 2019 Reading from 2 minutes.

From July 28th to August 5th, one of our team members, Hugo Lefeuvre (also a Debian Developer on his free time), attended DebConf18, the annual Debian Developer’s Conference, in Hsinchu, Taiwan. During this week, Hugo spent time preparing and giving a talk about Ring, hacking on Debian packages, discussing free software communication and distributed networks with fellow developers and users. […]

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14 Aug. 2018 Reading from 2 minutes.

Push Notifications: A New Feature Added to Ring Project Push notifications are essential part of the effective end-user experience on mobile platforms. They tend to boost the app engagement and users find them useful and handy as they ease their communications. Although push notifications are widely considered an advantage for most apps, they are regarded […]

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4 Apr. 2018 Reading from 1 minute

Ring keeps surprising communication experts and enthusiasts! Ring is now available on Android TV box and other smart TVs. Ring has become the only  communication software available on the Google Play Store for Android TVs, since the discontinuation of support for the TV version of Skype in June 2016. This new release is quite different […]

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15 Nov. 2017 Reading from 3 minutes.
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July 21, 2017 – Savoir-faire Linux releases the stable version of Ring:  Ring 1.0 – Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité. Ring is a free/libre and universal communication platform that preserves the users’ privacy and freedoms. It is a GNU package. It runs on multiple platforms; and, it can be used for texting, calls, and video chats more privately, more […]

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21 Jul. 2017 Reading from 2 minutes.
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In the 2017’s FOSDEM event, held in Brussels, Soizik, Cécile, Clément, Adrien and Andreas represented Savoir-faire Linux. Here, they share briefly their experience and impressions from their participation in the event. Soizik Froger, project manager It was my first FOSDEM event, and I loved it. I have only one regret: I wish I could have […]

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10 Feb. 2017 Reading from 5 minutes.
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Becoming integrated into GNU since November, since 2017 Ring has been listed in Free Software Foundation (FSF)’s High Priority Projects (HPP) . The main objective of HPP initiative is to increase Free Software reputation and adoption among information systems users, individuals and/or corporations. Since 2005, the foundation updates a list of work in progress applications […]

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7 Feb. 2017 Reading from 2 minutes.
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Discussions constructives avec l équipe de @SFLinux qui utilise Tuleap pour le projet #Ring. Merci! #OSSPARIS16 pic.twitter.com/5QRERzOXrk — Tuleap Agile & Libre (@TuleapOpenALM) 16 novembre 2016 Last November, our Ring development team met with Enalean’s. This company develops Tuleap, the software development project management tool we use for Ring. Here is the story of our […]

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27 Jan. 2017 Reading from 5 minutes.
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Ring’s beta 2 version  is now available on the Universal Windows Platform (UWP). It’s not only a great step forward for Ring, an official GNU package, but a technical success for our development team. This release of the beta 2 is the work of collaborative development between Savoir-faire Linux and the community of developers all […]

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20 Dec. 2016 Reading from 3 minutes.
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