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We just released an early AXIOM Beta progress update article also containing Team Talk Volume 3.

If you want to get your hands on Beta prototype hardware early check out the details in the article, we are going to be accepting orders soon!

https://apertus.org/axiom-beta-early-option-taking-orders-soon-article-may-2015
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14.09 is now in our stable PPA! This month mostly focused on security fixes in Dbase32 and Degu, and on finalizing the Degu API in prep for its 1.0 release.
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Degu 0.13 has been released!

Degu is the embedded HTTP server and client used by Dmedia (and indirectly used by Novacut).

Degu is optimized for low latency and high throughput when operating at modest concurrency. Although you wouldn't want to use it to, say, power a website, Degu is extremely well tuned for device-to-device communication and network transparent IPC... exactly the use cases central to Novacut.

Degu 0.13 brings a new, extremely high performance C backend that is more than fast enough for Inter Process Communication (IPC). Both local and remote clients get the same, uniform HTTP goodness, plus local clients can even use HTTP over AF_UNIX for the very best performance (although Novacut and Dmedia don't yet take advantage of Degu's AF_UNIX support... that will come later.)
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Building blocks for next generation distributed systems... streets ahead.
Embedded HTTP server and client library
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This month just landed a new version of Degu, Microfiber, and +Dmedia.

This is all part of the effort to stabilize the Degu API. Thus far, Degu is probably the most broadly reusable component to come out the Novacut project. But it's also the most critical security-wise, so there is extra incentive to work toward wider adoption (and thus toward more folks putting effort into auditing the code).

FYI, Degu is now tentatively API-stable, so it's a great time to jump in:
http://docs.novacut.com/degu/index.html
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Your 3D printer needs a REST API.
Your laser cutter needs a REST API.
Your pick-and-place machine needs a REST API.

You get the idea :D
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Your camera needs a REST API.
Your audio recorder needs a REST API.
Your motion control rig needs a REST API.
Your lighting needs a REST API.

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A fast, lightweight HTTP server that's easy to embed within applications; A matching HTTP client carefully designed to harmonize with the server API; IO abstractions used by the server and client to represent HTTP request and response bodies; Test fixtures that make it easy to create throw-away ...
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Congrats, +apertus°!
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Introduction
Novacut is a collaborative video editor (think Google docs for video editing) aimed at professional storytelling. Novacut is a native app that works offline, but it's equally capable of doing real-time collaborative editing across the internet, and it can utilize the cloud for both storage and rendering.

Although Novacut is still under heavy development and is not quite ready for prime-time, you can install and use it today on Ubuntu.

The first editing feature we've focused on is what we call our Storyboard View, which gives you remarkably fast, frame-accurate editing, and a clear visualization of your story.

The next major editing feature is still under development and is called our Timeline View. The timeline view will be a more traditional, time-proportional view with multi-track audio. The Timeline View is aimed at audio editing and rough assembly.

You'll be able to toggle a sequence between the Storyboard and Timeline views, so you can use whatever is fastest for a given task.

Novacut is built on Dmedia, which provides state of the art asset management and is the foundation of our real-time collaborative editing. Dmedia is in a separate component so that it can be used by other apps, and we hope to see dozens of pro creative apps built on Dmedia in the future.

Novacut is open source and available free of charge. If you want to get involved with Novacut design or development, be sure to stop by the #novacut IRC channel on freenode and introduce yourself.

Novacut development is coordinate on Launchpad and currently spans six separate Launchpad projects: Novacut, Dmedia, FileStore, Microfiber, UserCouch, and UserWebKit.

Novacut does monthly releases, which can be installed from our stable PPA. We also do daily builds, which can be installed from our daily PPA.

Our passion is helping artists tell their story and share it with the world. Our dream starts with building great tools for storytellers, and then things will really get interesting.
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