worldofpaper at googlemail.com
Mon Mar 28 07:02:54 EDT 2011
Dominick (one of the core team members) set up a forum a while ago i seem to
remember, but, like a lot of mailing lists, the move to a forum didn't
really happen. This happens pretty much every time a mailing list tries to
make a move to a forum. Mailing lists are just too simple, i think, so the
momentum needed to move to a forum just doesn't seem to gather.
red5.org is the central place for Red5 information but there are many, many
others. Usually scattered around in individual blogs - there are no other
central repositories of information that i'm aware of - other than
Dominick's youtube channel, which has some screencast tutorials that are
worth checking out if you're just getting set up for developing with Red5.
Can't help you on the last thing as i've never used Wowza - there are many
results for comparisons of red5, wowza and FMS so if you do a bit of reading
you should be able to nail down the best one for your use case, as i think
that's what it comes down to.
anyway, good luck with Red5 and keep posting questions when you hit those
On Mon, Mar 28, 2011 at 2:57 AM, mike at grounded.net <mike at grounded.net>wrote:
> Hi, new to the list, kinda sick of lists, too hard to keep track of the
> many projects I'm using and was hoping for forums but see there aren't any
> for the project. Wondered if anyone knew of active forums somewhere
> concerning this project as I've yet to find any.
> Also, is the reg5.org site the only main resource or are there others.
> Finally, basically, I've been talked into buying wowza but am trying to
> learn more about red5.
> Rather the put money into wowza, I would certainly consider the alternative
> of putting money in someone's pocket if I could get the help I need to get
> things set up.
> Anyhow, looking for into first, thanks.
> Red5 mailing list
> Red5 at osflash.org
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