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Openfire 3.9.3 has been released

The Ignite Realtime Community is pleased to announce that Openfire version 3.9.3 is available for download!

Openfire is a real time collaboration (RTC) server licensed under the Open Source Apache license. It uses the only widely adopted open protocol for instant messaging, XMPP (also called Jabber). Openfire is incredibly easy to setup and administer, but offers rock-solid security and performance.

This release corrects the regressions found with the 3.9.2 release, which include:

  • [OF-782] - Wrong URL generated for editing groups with space in the names
  • [OF-783] - Apply encryption to secure properties during setup (updating openfire backended by LDAP would fail)
  • [OF-787] - TLS server to server connections are not working with 3.9.2
  • [OF-791] - Joining new MUC room results in a 404 error
  • The initial 3.9.2 release had a packaging problem with the windows installer.

A full changelog can be found here.

We’d invite interested developers to fork our github repository and contribute pull requests with your fixes. Ongoing discussions are happening in the community forums about the future of Openfire development. Please join in if you are interested!

Please report bugs with this release in the community forums. Please do not report bugs by commenting on this blog post!

Here are md5sum’s for the released files:

md5sum
filename
59d8bd304397850d9b229d800aad3295

openfire_3_9_3.dmg
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openfire_3_9_3.exe
60823e2ccc79165992f3298971134095
openfire_3_9_3.tar.gz
1f425ed151762ae689bfab472ce26605
openfire_3_9_3.zip
a5d43cfd91785b269e50814e5cd71b8e
openfire_src_3_9_3.tar.gz
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openfire_src_3_9_3.zip
fe514555792d82f30f0c063f2e11ff9b
JSopenfire-3.9.3-ALL.pkg.gz
742ca4a8b2b971176feb9e8d1ad26e63
openfire-3.9.3-1.i386.rpm
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openfire-3.9.3-1.src.rpm
a71be983670491cf280e7ef02315f234
openfire_3.9.3_all.deb

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I promise not to joke about bugs on the release posts anymore

thanks for your work. Will update shortly. Bugs are normal unless everybody helps to test

It looks like this is a client side feature, not the server one. And it is also in a draft, not a final xep. So i doubt many clients support that. Spark doesn’t.