|| ||Olivier Tilloy <olivier-AT-fluendo.com> |
|| ||python-announce-list-AT-python.org |
|| ||Elisa Media Center 0.5.37 Release |
|| ||Mon, 27 Apr 2009 18:25:19 +0200|
|| ||Article, Thread
Dear Python users,
The Elisa team is happy to announce the release of Elisa Media Center
0.5.37, code-named "Doubledecker".
Elisa is a cross-platform and open-source Media Center written in Python.
It uses GStreamer  for media playback and pigment  to create an
appealing and intuitive user interface.
This release is a lightweight release, meaning it is pushed through
our automatic plugin update system. Additionally a windows installer is
available for download on our website.
As usual, for users running a version of Elisa >= 0.5.35, the upgrade to
0.5.37 should be done automatically via the plugin repository.
As usual, tarballs are provided for distribution packagers.
A complete list of the issues fixed can be found at:
This is also summarised in the (attached) release notes.
Installers and sources can be downloaded from
Bug reports and feature requests are welcome at
Have a media-centered evening,
Olivier, for the Elisa team
Elisa 0.5.37 "Doubledecker"
This is Elisa 0.5.37, thirty-seventh release of the 0.5 branch.
Bugs fixed since 0.5.36:
- 357097: Music scan partially fails on Ubuntu Jaunty
- 361558: amp master doesn't KILL dead slaves
- 330431: Previously played Audio track/video name appears on audio/video plugin
- 366152: [win32] Integrate a browser control in the installer
- 347174: Local videos thumbnail shown on Internet->video plugins
You can find source releases of Elisa on the download page:
More details can be found on the project's website: http://elisa.fluendo.com
Support and Bugs
We use Launchpad for bug reports and feature requests:
All code is in a Bazaar branch and can be checked out from there.
It is hosted on Launchpad: https://code.launchpad.net/elisa
Contributors to this release:
- Anna Wojdel
- David McLeod
- Florian Boucault
- Guillaume Emont
- JesÃºs Corrius
- Julien Moutte
- Krzysztof Adamski
- Lionel Martin
- LoÃ¯c Molinari
- Marc Garcia
- Maxwell Young
- Olivier Tilloy
- Philippe Normand
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