[Lumiera] Quarterly news

Christian Thaeter ct at pipapo.org
Thu Jul 29 02:46:59 CEST 2010

Brian Rytel wrote:
> Edits:
> Hermann Vosseler (ichthyo) worked on the Proc-Layer by cleaning up
> placeholder code and reworking the Session API.
> Christian Thaeter (cehteh) gave nobug a coverage checker and is working
> on a btree implementation, the backbone for the cache and memory
> management (indexing).
> "Lumiera from Outer Space" is a document that gives an overview of the
> application design, helping people to understand the ideas behind
> Lumiera and the tools they will get to work with. It is aimed for
> workflow designers and anyone who wants to know how Lumiera works in
> general. The document is still in draft form, but already useful. Read
> the Asciidoc draft here:
> http://git.lumiera.org/gitweb?p=lumiera/ct;a=blob;f=doc/user/lumiera_from_outer_space/lumiera_from_outer_space.txt;hb=workflow
> A sister document is on the way: "Lumiera: The Inner Core" shines a
> light from inside, describing the internal workings of Lumiera in more
> detail.
> To know more see
> http://lists.lumiera.org/pipermail/lumiera/2010-July/002020.html
> Stefan Kangas (skangas) and Guram Z. Savinov (savgur) joined the dev team!
> skangas is working on GUI, time widget and time handling lib; savgur is
> investigating jack audio integration with the viewer.
> We had some great brainstorming about Transport controls. One idea
> stands out: The transport controller GUIs become independent GUI
> elements that can be attached to the very things you want to control.
> Brian Rytel (BJMR) launched brainstorming with a little GUI mock-up
> incorporating the pre-existing GUI ideas already floating around. It was
> well received, feel free to share your thoughts.
> See the full discussion at
> http://lists.lumiera.org/pipermail/lumiera/2010-July/001990.html
> BJMR is working on the content and style of the new website. Remember
> it's under construction!  http://staging.lumiera.org/
> ========================================
> Do we need to mention anything about FrOSCON '10, using Asciidoc (old
> news?), uWiki?

Froscon is newsworthy, but rather on its own news entry, we are not
limited to quarterly news only. uwiki is on hold until someone helps
further with it.


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