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Multimedia in Plone - Andy Nicholson

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Andy is an active contributor to the Plumi project, a distribution of Plone specifically designed for rich multimedia sites. He will discuss some of the different multimedia options available for …

Andy is an active contributor to the Plumi project, a distribution of Plone specifically designed for rich multimedia sites. He will discuss some of the different multimedia options available for Plone today.

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  • 1. Online video distribution using Plumi & Plone CMS
    • Plumi , a GPL video CMS, based on Plone – http://plumi.org
    • 2. First released on Plone.org : 18 th Sept 2007 - version 0.1
    • 3. Latest Plone 2.5.5 release : 19 th Jan 2009 - version 0.2.3
    • 4. Latest Plone 3 version is Plumi 3 RC3 from 15 th April 2010
    http://plone.org/products/plumi
    • FOSS project
    • 5. Community engagement – sprints, conferences
  • 6. What does it do?
    • Video uploading via http
    • 7. Video transcoding to Flash, ogg - embeddable
    • 8. Video podcasting (RSS2/Atom)-Miro integration
    • 9. Tagging/Categorisation/Tag cloud
    • 10. Searching via text, tags, categorisation, as RSS
    • 11. Author profiles, commenting on videos
    • 12. Featured videos and news & events for front page.
    • 13. Open Content Licensing
    • 14. base Plone functionality - workflows/perms
  • 15. How does is it do this?
    • Plumi as Product Bundle - set of interrelating Plone products.
    • 16. Some custom built by EM and contributors
    • 17. Others from the wider Plone community.
    • Collaborative work: new forms of media networks
    • 18. Social context of the software's use.
      • Local Archives in Indonesia
      • 19. Video Sharing Sites
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  • 24. Plumi video CMS Latest Plumi version – 0.2.3 'Plumi 0.2.x' branch compromises of:
    • Plone 2.5.5
    • 25. Plumi 0.2.x products
    • 26. Indytube video transcoder
    • 27. Can use a buildout dev. environment
    • 28. Serve with Apache2 & squid on Debian GNU/Linux
    Trac: http://plumi.org/report/3
  • 29. Plumi 0.2.x products
    • ATVideo, ATEngageVideo : content types
    • 30. PlumiSkin : Plone skin product (images/css/templates)
    • 31. Indytube : video transcoder
    • 32. Dependent 3 rd party Plone products.
    Plumi 0.2.x / Plone 2.5.5 compatible branch http://dev.plone.org/collective/browser/Plumi/branches/plumi-0.2.x
  • 33. Roadmap for Plumi 0.3
    • Buildout dev. environment
    • 34. Latest Plone 3.2.x
    • 35. plone.app.blob – native ZODB blobs
    • 36. Plumi custom products, z3 style
    plumi.app, plumi.skin, plumi.content, plumi.indytube
    • Migration path from 0.2.x
    • 37. New Indytube architecture
    http://plone.org/products/plumi/roadmap Docs: http://plumi.org/wiki
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    • Buildout development environment, SVN
    • 41. ArchgenXML and ArgoUML for product development
    • 42. Extending ATEngageVideo
    • 43. More 3 rd party products tested with Plumi : BiReference, SearchReferenceWidget, qPloneBlog
    • 44. Zope3 style browser views
    • 45. Custom Skin product
    Extending Plumi 0.2.x Case Study: Critical Commons
  • 46. Strengths of FOSS Video Distribution Networks
    • Expanding databases of “open content” licensed material.
    • 47. Provides an open & experimental forum.
    • 48. Collaborative efforts: organised networks are working on FOSS video technology.
  • 49. Weaknesses of FOSS Video Distribution Networks
    • Small audiences.
    • 50. Distribution capabilities (network bandwidth, server maintenance & costs) of individual distributors is low.
    • 51. FOSS solution for tool-chain on (patent un-encumbered) cross-platform video.
  • 52. Future research for online video tech
    • Streaming versions of embedded players
    • 53. Integrated bittorrent & other p2p distro networks
    • 54. Patent unencumbered codecs and cross-platform browser support – <video> tag
    • 55. Firefogg plugin –video transcoding / uploading plugin for FireFox - http://www.firefogg.org/
  • 56. The End. Thanks for coming :) Contact : [email_address]