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16 Nov

Video conferencing: some updates and problems

in Blog, UCOSP Fall 2010, Video, Ubuntu, UCOSP, Python, FOSSLC, Freeseer
UbuntuPythonFreeseer

I have managed to come up with the pipeline for gstreamer+icecast2
server but at the moment it only works for short duration. The pipeline
actually works as I can use the same elements to record to a file
locally. Using "shout2send" even the mount point on the icecast2 server
shows up accordingly. The problem is when I actually use a client to

25 Oct

Video streaming updates - gst-launch and Icecast2

in Blog, Programming, UCOSP Fall 2010, Video, Ubuntu, UCOSP, FOSSLC, Freeseer, Programming
UbuntuFreeseer

Note: Due to my schedule conflicts, this is my delayed 2nd blog post. I expect to be posting another entry in the coming two days, as I hope to be able to get more work done.

***** WORK DONE *****

- Went through various webpages / blog entries to try to get a better understanding of Icecast2, Gstreamer and "gst-launch-0.10" tool.

Linaro: what is it, and why should it matter to you

in Programming, SC2010, Ubuntu, Canonical
UbuntuCanonical

Location

Ottawa, ON
Canada
45° 24' 41.6592" N, 75° 41' 53.4984" W

Linaro is a collaboration between several large companies working to improve the state of Linux on the ARM platform. While this combination has much promise, we are yet to see large numbers of products available to buy. There are many complex reasons for this, but a group of companies involved in Linux and ARM identified some of them, and formed a new organisation to work together to tackle them.

This talk will give you an idea of some of the problems that led to the formation of Linaro, and some of the plans for solving them. Further though it will look at why ARM matters for Linux, why Linaro is vital to its success, and what role you may be able to play in that.

Event: 
Summercamp2010
Speaker: 
James Westby

Linaro: what is it, and why should it matter to you

in Community, Packaging, Programming, SC2010, Ubuntu, Canonical
Speaker: 
James Westby
Event: 
Summercamp2010
Abstract: 

Linaro is a collaboration between several large companies working to improve the state of Linux on the ARM platform. While this combination has much promise, we are yet to see large numbers of products available to buy. There are many complex reasons for this, but a group of companies involved in Linux and ARM identified some of them, and formed a new organisation to work together to tackle them.

This talk will give you an idea of some of the problems that led to the formation of Linaro, and some of the plans for solving them. Further though it will look at why ARM matters for Linux, why Linaro is vital to its success, and what role you may be able to play in that.

Level: 
Beginner