Release notes for
The Flumotion team is happy to announce
a new development release of the
unstable 0.3 branch
of the Flumotion Streaming Server.
This branch will lead up to the stable 0.4 series. It is not yet meant
for production purposes. People who want to run a stable Flumotion
should stick to the 0.2 releases, or wait for the 0.4 releases.
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
- dropped support for GStreamer 0.10
- dropped support for Twisted 1.3.0
- workers only expose one TCP port for feeds now
- porter component allows sharing one TCP port for all streamers
- added plugs and sockets for finer-grained extensibility
- added a static file serving component
- workers and jobs reconnect on network failures
- components reconnect feeds on network failures
- added integration test framework
Bugs fixed in this release
: Clock slaves can start up before the clock provider
: Patch for valgrinding jobs
: Components that fail to start can't be restarted later
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
- Michael Smith
- Thomas Vander Stichele
- Zaheer Merali