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The redesign of the website was not only good for a complete new skin, but we also introduced some new features on the website. One of the new features is visible on the front page: the introduction video to MediaMosa! We hope you will enjoy the video and we believe that it points out what MediaMosa is and how you can use MediaMosa.
As you all probably noticed some parts of the website were unavailable the last few days. This was due to a complete redesign of the website. With this new design we hope to reach more people. The previous website was rather technical. The next few weeks we still have a lot of work to do.
One of the major changes is that the forum is now integrated into the website instead of an separate forum. We also cleaned up a lot of old content and as you can see we now have a new menu structure.
We are proud to announce the release of MediaMosa 2 Release Candidate 1.
Some of the new features:
There are new versions available of MediaMosa. The current recommended Mediamosa version is 1.7.5. This is probably the last 1 version before version 2 is released.
This is mainly a Drupal Core update to 6.19. See the http://mediamosa.org/downloads page for more information.
MediaMosa Community Day: November 25, 2010
Succeeding the successful seminar MediaMosa, open weblectures & videos of June 10 we are organizing a MediaMosa Community Day on Thursday November 25, 2010 in Utrecht, the Netherlands.
The MediaMosa Community Day consists of a number of parallel sessions: one section deals with practice aspects (eg the establishment of MediaMosa in the institution), the other part on the technical aspects (eg the development of an end-user application)
We are proud to announce a new feature of our tracking system (http://mediamosa.org/trac).
From now every anonymous user of Mediamosa can create issues about defects, enhancements, tasks around Mediamosa, WLE, OAI etc. on our new page:
One of the advantage of this system, that it could activate the Mediamosa community.
The issues, that the anonymous users create, go to project managers, developers, and the bug fixes and enhancements will be build inside the next release of the Mediamosa.