Today I pushed several commits to rename the internals of MediaDrop and unfortunately this has some impact on developers extending MediaDrop. This post explains the process how to adapt your code to the latest git.
This post should explain the core principles of building a new MediaDrop plugin to (potential) developers. The contents here require only very little Python knowledge though for implementing any interesting functionality afterwards you'll need to write some Python code.
Moving forward, we have decided to rename the MediaCore Community Edition to "MediaDrop". This is primarily to separate it a bit more from the MediaCore.com cloud platform
Today we published MediaCore CE 0.10.2 which is a small bugfix release with no new features. The update is recommended for all MediaCore CE operators even though the new version does not contain security fixes.
This post aims to show MediaCore CE operators how to install/manage existing plugins and how to handle plugin upgrades. The post is not about creating new plugins although plugin developers should know about plugin installation.
Today we published MediaCore CE 0.10.1 which is a bugfix release with only very minor new features. The update is recommended for all MediaCore CE operators even though the new version does not contain security fixes.
Today we're proud to release MediaCore CE 0.10. This release is the first major release of MediaCore CE since SimpleStation Inc. (now MediaCore Inc.) handed over project control to the community. The release contains a lot of bug fixes, improvements and additions over previous versions of MediaCore.
Software is never done. Even though MediaCore CE 0.10 is not yet released I want to plan which features should be included in the next version. Ideally I want to publish a new version of MediaCore every 4-6 months and each release should improve one or two major use cases so there is a clear story for each release.