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Release notes for FlumotionĀ 0.4.2 "Belchica Strikes Back"

The Flumotion team is happy to announce a new release of the stable 0.4 branch 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

  • Full support for running under Python 2.5
  • The GTK admin can now start a manager and worker for you automatically
  • Messages now have timestamps to allow better diagnosis of failures
  • Improvements for service scripts to allow better recovery from failure states
  • With sufficiently recent GStreamer, components now provide much more information about errors in the data stream
  • Error resilience is drastically improved compared to older versions

Bugs fixed in this release

  • 500 : fix flumotion's configure.ac to use runtime tests, not pkg-config
  • 568 : when master clock provider goes sad, starting it again compains about not able to reserve ports
  • 571 : theora encoder reporting bogus info about bitrate even though manager config has it in correct units
  • 573 : Rewrite daemonisation and shutdown code some more
  • 577 : FeedComponent, HTTP streamer are not threadsafe
  • 583 : clean up the worker's error handling
  • 588 : The manager don't close the connection of a worker if its name is already used
  • 590 : add timestamps to messages
  • 592 : GStreamer errors can cause the manager to have inconsistent state
  • 596 : default admin pages not working
  • 603 : Admin failed to load UI bundle after update to feisty (Python 2.5?)

Download

You can find source releases of flumotion in the flumotion download directory.

Flumotion Homepage

More details can be found on the project's website, http://flumotion.net/.

Support and Issues

We use an issue tracker for bug reports and feature requests.

Developers

You can 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
  • Sebastien Merle
  • Thomas Vander Stichele
  • Zaheer Merali


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