A release candidate for version 4.0 of the Plumi free software video-sharing app is available now. Unweb and EngageMedia have been working hard, and hope to have a final version of Plumi for Plone 4 out soon.
Work on this milestone of development included backend improvements to taxonomy, caching, the production and development buildouts and other improvements such as a custom image workflow to reduce the potential impact of hosting of unwanted content.
You can read more about it on the Plumi blog.
EngageMedia is looking for a skilled, motivated, energetic person to lead our software development and technology program activities. You'll have a passion for innovation, coordination of teams across the globe, you're a great communicator and you like traveling.
This is a full-time position open to anyone within a Sydney to Bangalore timezone.
Indonesia Administration and Logistics Coordinator:
We're looking for an enthusiastic, well organised person to provide logistical coordination for our program work in Indonesia and Southeast Asia. You may have a media or film background, you may be working with another non-government organisation, you thrive on team work, solving problems and achieving your goals. You speak excellent English and Bahasa Indonesia.
This is a full time position based in Jakarta.
Prof Z is at it again, thanks to her, we are connected with Cynthia Phillips, Director of the Global Social Change Film Festival and Institute, and we are now the official partner of the Festival and scheduled to receive the Festival's first Innovator Award.
We are still discussing with the Festival's organisers on EM's role and workshops, but it is definitely the beginning of a wonderful and fruitful friendship under the common belief of the global social change.
The Festival itself will be held in Ubud, Bali, from April 13 to 17, 2011. It will bring in filmmakers, individuals interested in global social change film & media, social activists, storytellers & writers, film enthusiasts and world travelers.The Institute will also supports filmmakers and activists in creating inspired film & media, reaching a wide audience and motivating social action. The inaugural focus will be Global Women and Film, featuring the likes of Indonesian filmmaker Nia Dinata, and her film At Stake which you can view on EM here.
Stay tuned for more updates.