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Re: [GMG-Devel] (no subject)

From: Christopher Allan Webber
Subject: Re: [GMG-Devel] (no subject)
Date: Mon, 11 Mar 2013 10:53:39 -0500
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Hm.  Thanks for passing along!  Unless I'm misunderstanding, it looks
pretty much like Celery though (but with more specifically mongodb as a
backend) so I think we have the equivalent infrastructure in place for

Tumulte Dogma writes:

> I've met the dev of this tool this week end :
> basically it's a server-side C++ tool that allows parallel treatments of
> medias (but not only) alongside to chained workflows.  It's been
> developed to treat huge video files a split the work between several
> servers.
> It's language agnostic and seemingly really powerful. You just give your
> file to the "workers" and the file is going to be proccessed in
> background.
> Also, this guy is really into decentralized file sharing, and he plans
> to develop a seamless bittorent extension (no need for trackers or such,
> it'd look like a regular download).
> Take a look, it might be of some use for mediagoblin's future 
> Cheers !     

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