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GStreamer 1.0 To Come Before GNOME 3.6

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Published on 01 September 2012 10:05 AM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME
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It looks like GStreamer 1.0 will be officially released in September prior to the release of GNOME 3.6.

Following the 2012 GStreamer conference earlier this week in San Diego where the good stuff of GStreamer 1.0 was talked about along with plans for releasing version 1.0 soon, Tim-Philipp Müller took to the mailing list on Friday.

Müller wrote:
Hi all,

just a quick update on what the plan for the GStreamer 1.0 release is now.

We've decided to release 1.0.0 in time for GNOME 3.6, so September 17-24th at the very latest. However, in case GNOME decides to stick to 0.10 after all for some reason, we might decide to take a bit longer.

In the mean time there will be more 0.11.9x release candidates.

At this point we only expect miniscule API tweaks, most of which should affect plugin API rather than application API.

See you all on the other side!

Cheers
-Tim

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