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dpoon Use regexes to match ALPN protocols (#5651)
nginx presents the client's list of ALPN protocols as
$ssl_preread_alpn_protocols, a comma-separated string.  Use regular
expressions to match each item in the list, rather than the exact value
of the entire list at once.
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examples fix(docs): change parentNode option name in api example Dec 15, 2018 doc: add documentation index Apr 3, 2020 external_api: add ability to send a text message through datachannels Mar 20, 2020 docs: document the services which jitsi meet can consume Aug 14, 2017
cloud-api.swagger Adds new format of phoneList service and re-design dial in numbers pa… Feb 26, 2019 [RN] Rename jitsi-meet-react to jitsi-meet May 16, 2017 doc: move development sections to standalone file Sep 19, 2019 Correct link regarding FAQ NAT install Mar 16, 2020 Adds integrations doc. (#3929) Feb 28, 2019 doc: clarify required Node / npm versions Mar 30, 2020 doc(dropbox): Add documentation for the mobile app. Sep 27, 2018 doc: update google auth doc May 10, 2019 doc: add links to the sample SDK applications repo Apr 17, 2019 doc: use sudo Apr 1, 2020 Adds provider name to fix welcomepage text. Mar 15, 2019 Adds server-side speaker stats handling. Dec 28, 2018 grammer and spelling fixes Jun 21, 2018


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