After 10 years or so, GSSDP 1.0 and GUPnP 1.0 were released today!
SystemD conf 2016
GUPnP going 1.0!
Parts of GUPnP (that is its core, GSSDP and GUPnP itself) will see a 1.0 release together with the next GNOME release. They are quite stable API-wise and functionality-wise now and I think it’s time to give them a proper blessing for that.
After that, master will become more unstable in regards of API, as there are some long-standing bugs and fixes that need an API change as well as new features to be added, such as proper IPv6 support, support for more recent versions of the UPnP standard (UDA 1.1, UDA 2.0), a more GIO-like async API,…
We’ve been digging up some annoying age-old bugs or regressions deep down in Rygel for some corner-cases (Did you know that renderer unmute was broken since 2013?)
Some more usability fixes on their way, but the big roadblock of RAW import performance is still proving to be quite annoying. Bit like a hydra, really. You cut of one RAW developer, three new seem to disappear.
Project Lazarus: GtkTerm
I took GtkTerm and poked a bit at its source, mainly for two reasons
- Dry-run some GTK modernisation that will be necessary in Shotwell as well (GAction etc.)
- It’s the least worst (sic) of the graphical serial terminals I tried. At least it seems to cope way better with odd USB <-> Serial adapters than t rest of the bunch
- I use it
Ok, that’s three reasons.
If you want to have a look, head over to its repository at https://github.com/phako/gtkterm