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DimDim screenshotsDimdim was a solution organization that offered a web platform for real-time, rich-media collaboration and meetings. Dimdim offered no-cost online meeting solution where users could share desktops, show slides, work together, chat, talk and broadcast via camera. It has been compared to the Webex 2. 0online meeting system. Dimdim was purchased by Salesforce. com on Jan 6, 2011. See also DimDim alternatives

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Dimdim was made available primarily as an entERPrise version and as a Virtual Machine appliance, but an open source community version has also been made available to programmers under the GNU Basic Public License (gpl), giving them the option to setup and host Dimdim in their own networks. The most recent open source edition, released in December 2008 and hosted at sourceforge. net, is V4. 5 Liberty. However, no setup instructions were offered, and the solution had several arbitrary limitations, leading some to describe it as crippled.

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Distributions of the solution for the setup to several Oses, Virtual Machines and the corresponding documentation are available in several archives on the Sourceforge. net Dimdim website.

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Dimdim can be integrated with the e-learning platforms Moodle, Claroline and Docebo, the collaborative package Zimbra and the CRM solution SugarCRM. Unlike Dimdim's web-hosted applications, the Dimdim open source server does not restrict the number of attendees or simultaneous meetings allowed.

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