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[Savannah-register-public] [task #9504] Submission of flvstreamer

From: anonymous
Subject: [Savannah-register-public] [task #9504] Submission of flvstreamer
Date: Mon, 22 Jun 2009 21:16:26 +0000
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Follow-up Comment #2, task #9504 (project administration):

I am bringing together and merging all of the patches that are circulating
for rtmpdump since it was taken down by a DMCA request. I am also planning on
maintaining and improving the codebase as required. No one else is officially
or publically maintaining this codebase. My copyright has not yet been added.
The original author's copyright is maintained as usual for a fork. I have not
personally contacted the Gnash team. The Gnash project clearly has very
different and greater aims and priorities. They are implemneting a GUI based
flash client whereas this code is purely and simply for lightweight
command-line rtmp streaming - no actionscript or flash. This project
implements code from libRTMP from the XBMC project also. A few of the other
projects are starting to implement the RTMPE and swf verification features
which clearly has brought the wrath of adobe on rtmpdump and others recently.
This project intends to steer clear of those features because many users still
don't require them. Future re-merging with rtmpdump will not be ruled out in
the future once this dmca nonsense has settled down or becomes resolved. The
site you mantion is just a site which points to many other rtmp related
projects and explains why adobe are wrong. It mirrors the tarball for the last
release of rtmpdump before it was taken down and many torrent links. It is not
a the rtmpdump project hosting site as such and bugs in rtmpdump are still
going unfixed at present which is resulting in a fragmented number of
incompatible rtmpdump patches.


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