[Red5] Red5 0.8 RC2 - PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE MESSAGE
daccattato at gmail.com
Fri Jan 23 10:34:51 PST 2009
Great effort so far!!!
On Fri, Jan 23, 2009 at 1:20 PM, Andy Shaules <bowljoman at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Just give me an *excuse *to go out and buy some hard drives for tests....
> Heck, I might as well put that old hot swap bay into action and test on
> fresh installs each iteration.....
> ----- Original Message -----
> *From:* Tyler Kocheran <rfkrocktk at gmail.com>
> *To:* red5 at osflash.org
> *Sent:* Friday, January 23, 2009 9:44 AM
> *Subject:* Re: [Red5] Red5 0.8 RC2 - PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE MESSAGE
> \m/ [TK joins the battalion.]
> On Fri, Jan 23, 2009 at 9:28 AM, Dominick Accattato <daccattato at gmail.com>wrote:
>> way to go!
>> On Fri, Jan 23, 2009 at 12:19 PM, Red5 <red5 at redemptionmedia.co.uk>wrote:
>>> I'm in – sent you an email Art.
>>> *From: *Art Clarke <aclarke at xuggle.com>
>>> *Reply-To: *<red5 at osflash.org>
>>> *Date: *Fri, 23 Jan 2009 07:41:23 -0800
>>> *To: *<red5 at osflash.org>
>>> *Cc: *Red5devs <red5devs at osflash.org>, Robert Harris <trebor at xuggle.com>
>>> *Subject: *[Red5] Red5 0.8 RC2 - PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE MESSAGE
>>> Hi there, It's time for Red5 0.8.RC2 release to come out – we're aiming
>>> for theweek of February 20th. BUT WE CAN'T HIT THAT DATE WITHOUT YOUR HELP.
>>> There have been a lot of changes between 0.7 and 0.8, and even with a
>>> testing framework in place, we can't test everything. So we need volunteers
>>> from the community to help us with testing of RC2. If you can help with
>>> testing, SEND E-MAIL TO aclarke at xuggle.com IN THE NEXT 72 HOURS LETTING
>>> ME KNOW. We're open to all help, but feel free to feel extra pressure to
>>> help if your first name is something like Tyler, Andy, Sebastian, Devon,
>>> Walter, Carl or Bob :). I also need people who can test on Windows, Linux
>>> and Mac. RC2 has very specific goals (as agreed to by the core team): - All
>>> new features are frozen starting now until RC2 is released. - All existing
>>> http://build.xuggle.com/ system tests must pass 100% on JDK5 and JDK6.
>>> - All existing demos must work with JDK5 and JDK6 or will be removedfrom
>>> the official demos. - We will create a windows installer and a source
>>> bundle for 0.8.RC2 - We will create a new tutorial on how to create an
>>> application (with logging) on 0.8. - We will create a tutorial on steps
>>> required to modify a 0.7 application (in particular logging) to work on 0.8.
>>> - We will not fix the broken RED5.war file for RC2. Red5 is an open source,
>>> all volunteer effort. If you're using Red5 you're part of that community
>>> and you are strongly urged to help; a little time on your part will make
>>> Red5 more stable for you, but also stronger for the community. Please
>>> volunteer your time to this effort. I will be acting as lead on this effort
>>> so file all bugs you find to me. We're going to be pretty vicious about
>>> what bugs we fix versus punt for future releases so please forgive us in
>>> advance if we decide to postpone dealing with something. Our goal is to get
>>> a mostly-stable release out for people as quickly as possible. For details
>>> on the explicit steps we'll be doing, keep reading. Lastly, if (a) you help
>>> with this and (b) happen to be in Amsterdam for FITC February 24-26, I will
>>> personally buy you a cookie* for your help with this. Lots of the core-red5
>>> team will be there, along with me and Robert (the other guy behind the
>>> scenes at http://www.xuggle.com/). - Art Here's the plan: 1) I will
>>> modify our build-server to make the "stable jobs" create bundles
>>> automagically that can be downloaded, unzipped and just run (i.e. no JDK,
>>> ant, or ivy required). 2) We will work on fixing a few remaining bugs over
>>> the weekend and early next week to get a good potential build. 3) Starting
>>> next week, I will periodically send out e-mails letting people know there is
>>> a new build to try, and they should run the following tests under Java 1.6,
>>> and then again under Java 1.5. PLEASEPROMPTLY BEGIN TESTING IN RESPONSE TO
>>> THESE E-MAILS: a. Remove any old version of RED5 you were using. b.
>>> Unzip the bundle into a directory with spaces in the path, and set RED5_HOME
>>> to point there c. Start Red5 using $RED5_HOME/red5.sh on Linux/Mac/Msys,
>>> or $RED5_HOME/red5.bat on Windows d. Use
>>> http://localhost:5080/installer/ to install the oflaDemo demo (press
>>> connect, then when the list box fills, choose oflaDemo, and be patient as it
>>> can take up to 5 minutes, with no feedback, to install). e. Connect to
>>> http://localhost:5080/demos/ofla_demo.html, click connect, click on each
>>> movie in the list box, and verify that the movies play. f. Connect to
>>> http://localhost:5080/demos/publisher.html and verify you can publish a
>>> live stream and view it. g. Use http://localhost:5080/installer/ to
>>> install every other demo and use the links on
>>> http://localhost:5080/demos/ to tell if they work. h. Check your
>>> RED5_HOME/log directory and make sure you see log files for each demo
>>> installed. i. File any bugs you find in Jira (http://jira.red5.org/ )
>>> and assign to art.clarke 4) Once we have a good build that seems to pass
>>> muster for most folks, I'll work on getting a windows installer created
>>> (which is harder). 5) I'll produce some videos as mentioned above and post
>>> them on http://www.xuggle.com/xuggler/tutorials ala the ones already
>>> there (i.e. youtube hi-def videos). 6) Then the team will officially
>>> produce an RC2 candidate and release it. * Yes. A cookie. Not "a special
>>> cookie". I'm partial to Chocolate-Chip but you can choose your own. --
>>> http://www.xuggle.com/ xu‧ggle (zŭ' gl) v. To freely encode, decode, and
>>> experience audio and video. Use Xuggle to get the power of FFMPEG in Java.
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> And do this, knowing the time, that now it is high time to awake out of
> for now our salvation is nearer than when we first believed.
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