I got my talk about Grilo accepted for the next MeeGo Conference in San Francisco. I intend to use this opportunity to introduce the project to the MeeGo community, where I think Grilo can be very useful for all the developers out there interested in crafting multimedia solutions on this platform.
Also, I have realised that my blog has been silent for way too long, that is mostly because I am not the main developer of Grilo nowadays, Juan Suárez and Guillaume Emont have been doing most of the work for quite some time now, and even though I am still quite involved in the project my contributions happen mostly in the form of patch reviews, mailing list participation and help with feature planning and API design. I hope I can get back to write some code again soon though, I miss that.
And talking about code, in the last 6 months or so we have been doing quite a lot of things in Grilo, we should have blogged more about that for sure, but let’s just say that all that work has helped with making Grilo more mature and flexible. In this regard I want to thank the media explorer developers for using Grilo and giving us feedback, bug reports and code contributions. It is really great to see other developers using Grilo in their projects… and now we also have a strong and good looking demo of Grilo, thank you guys! 🙂
Now, getting back to the MeeGo Conference topic, other than my talk about Grilo I will also be at Igalia’s booth most of the time so, in case you are planning to attend the event, I should be easy to find, feel free to come and talk to us, I will be happy to show you some of the cool stuff we are doing at Igalia, Grilo included 😉