Rygel: Open Source DLNA, ready for Customer Products? - Jens Georg, Openismus GmbH
Powering the DLNA-certified media sharing of the N9, Rygel was already deployed to a wide user base and well received. It has since then evolved from a simple media server into a DLNA framework. But rest is rust, ahead lie the challenges of the special requirements moden consumer electronics, be it TVs or home servers, confront us with. This presentation will show how those special needs have and will be addressed, giving access to this simple, robust and well tested DLNA framework.
Jens Georg has been working at Openismus GmbH since July 2010. He was lead developer for UPnP and DLNA for Nokia's N9 and has presented on Rygel and DLNA on various occasions like FOSDEM or TechTalk. | | Projects: DLNA DMR/DMS (http://rygel-project.org), +PU+ and +UP+ implementation (http://live.gnome.org/Rygel/Korva), a M-DMC (http://github.com/Helium)
Wednesday November 7, 2012 2:45pm - 3:30pm
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