New Plumi 4.0 beta & Plumi 3.1.2 final security release

by Anna Helme August 23, 2012
We are very pleased to announce the release of a beta version of Plumi, our free software video-sharing application, based on the new Plone 4, as well as an important security release Plumi 3.1.2 for Plone 3.


We are very pleased to announce the release of a beta version of Plumi, our free software video-sharing application, based on the new Plone 4. This is a major step forward for the Plumi project, which includes all the improvements available inside Plone 4. Plone 4 is faster and easier to use than ever, you can read all about it here. The beta also includes a simplified installation process, updating of components including taxonomy and tagging, and improvements to the underlying code architecture. Read more about the beta release on the Plumi blog.

We also released Plumi 3.1.2 as an important security update for previous versions of Plumi based on Plone 3. November was a busy month for Plumi, also including the Plone Conference and Plone Video Sprint. We are looking forward to another busy period over December and January, with new features such as p2p video sharing and video analytics on the horizon. Plumi is currently developed by Unweb in conjunction with EngageMedia.