[Red5] Long term project goals.
neoriley at gmail.com
Fri Oct 7 04:57:56 PDT 2005
This is right on Luke! Yes, a mission statement/goal statement is something
we need to have posted as well as for our own direction obviously.
What I'll do is, copy what you have here, and put into the wiki AND word doc
that we can edit that'll be in the docs directory of the repository so that
we can flush it out to a final rev. Cool?
On 10/7/05, Luke Hubbard (luke at codegent.com) <king.selassie at gmail.com>
> Hi Guys,
> I think we have all been thinking it since even before MM announced Flex
> 2. I know its always been my dream to build the kick arse open source flash
> server. So I thought we should state our long term project goal. Perhaps
> develop this into a project mission statement and planned feature list for
> the wiki. If things stay on track this project has huge potential.
> Red5 aims to provide a full stack of services to flash and other clients.
> Its features will be comparable with the following closed source products.
> * Macromedia Flash Media Server 2
> * Macromedia Flex Enterprise Services 2
> In addition Red5 will come with many extensions supporting other protocols
> and services.
> The design will provide hooks for these extensions to be added easily.
> Here is an initial list of planned features.
> Things are not set in stone but its always good to have goals.
> Video streaming of pre-encoded FLV files.
> The flash player decodes Spark and On2 VP6 codecs.
> Audio streaming using MP3 format.
> Publishing of streams by clients to server.
> These streams can be recorded to disk.
> These streams can streamed to other clients.
> The flash player encodes using Spark codec.
> Audio publishing using MP3 format.
> Expose server side services using a range of communication methods.
> RTMP binary socket protocol using AMF for data transfer.
> Remoting a binary http protocol using AMF for data transfer.
> Many more possible through extensions.
> Manage services using the Spring Framework.
> Connect to J2EE service stack.
> Expose spring beans as services. POJOs, EJBs, SOAP, RMI, ...
> Security handled as an AOP aspect.
> Support for virtual host, application, service, and method level security.
> LDAP Integration.
> Detailed log analysis, debugging, and server monitoring tools.
> Real time reports and history via web interface.
> Right thats all from me for now.
> Gotta go for a hair cut..
> I'm starting to look like IT from the adams family.
> -- Luke
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