Release notes for
The Flumotion team is happy to announce a new release of the
Flumotion Streaming Server.
Flumotion is a streaming server for GNU/Linux
systems featuring an easy to use configuration and administration GUI.
Implemented using GStreamer as the processing backend and using python and
Twisted for the high-level operations and GUI, it combines a wide feature set
with ease of use.
Features of this release
- Now works correctly with Twisted 2.0
- Issues related to installing in custom prefixes have been fixed
- components show their relative CPU usage
- burst-on-connect for video is implemented, giving clients all data
since the last key frame immediately
- a new message area was added to the wizard so worker messages can be
- man pages were added
Bugs fixed in this release
: Triggering an assertion on the Consumption wizard page
: Disker GUI gone
: "Export Configuration" silently overwrites existing files
: Clearing the mount property of http-streamer borks the wizard
: Remote PB lists
: Audio src selection should have device name/info like videosrc
: worker not killed with flumotion stop
: Twisted reactor tracebacks only appear at debug level 4
You can find source releases of flumotion in the
flumotion download directory.
More details can be found on the project's website,
Support and Issues
We use an issue tracker for
bug reports and feature requests.
browse the flumotion git repository from our tracker.
The development version can be obtained from our git repository:
git clone git://code.flumotion.com/flumotion.git
Contributors to this release
- Andy Wingo
- Gergely Nagy
- Michael Smith
- Thomas Vander Stichele
- Zaheer Merali