We are pleased to announce that the EngageMedia website is running a new version of Plumi, our free open-source software video-sharing app. You should notice a few handy improvements while navigating your way around the site.
Plumi 4.3.1 is a stable software release focused on minor improvements to the user interface and backend. Amongst other things, we have tweaked the HTML5 video player and Universal Subtitles integration, made improvements to video listings, added some security measures to FTP uploads of videos, continued to optimise the video playback and download statistics (though some work remains here) and removed Callouts, to streamline the kind of content available on the site.
From the Plumi blog:
The 4.3.1 release focused on minor improvements to the user interface, workflow and buildout. This includes tweaking the mediaelement.js HTML5 video player and Universal Subtitles integration, using the favicon as a logo/link back to the Plumi site when videos are embedded, use of standard video listings template for language lookups, making FTP uploads added in the private state by default, changes to Piwik settings for video play/download statistics, making logos appear correctly in Creative Commons license chooser, changing the link to author page not member page for username links in various templates, making callouts private to remove from the interface and adding Universal Subtitles to the featured video on the front page. There were also changes to buildout as per the changelog below.
See the changelog here:
You can download the package here (http://plone.org/products/plumi/releases/4.3.1 or via http://pypi.python.org/pypi/plumi.app/4.3.1).
The changes can be seen in action at http://demo.plumi.org or with a different skin on the EngageMedia site https://engagemedia.org
See closed tickets for this release on the Plumi tracker.
This release was produced by Unweb.me and EngageMedia.