I continued working on getting Miro 1.2 released. One thing we need to do better is coordinate translations. I'll be working on fixing that part of the release process for the next release cycle.
I also worked on getting Miro trunk to compile and work with xulrunner 1.9 and on Ubuntu Hardy. I finished this today and checked it in. It seems ok, but definitely needs peer review from someone who's more familiar with XPCOM.
I had a cup of coffee with Nathan from Creative Commons. He was out here doing work somewhere at MIT and I live nearby so we got together. For Miro 1.0, he implemented license extraction from RSS feeds. You can see the end result of this when you see the "license" item in the feed item details. When the publisher has license information in the feed, this links to the license. When you watch video content on the Internet, think about what roles you play in that content... Are you merely a passive consumer? Can you take the content and remix it into new content with new meaning? Can you share it with your friends? Can you post it elsewhere? The license information answers these questions and more. Thank you Nathan!
He and I talked about other areas where Miro and Creative Commons intersect and then we talked about PyBlosxom--another project I work on.
Once Miro 1.2 is out, I'm going to go back to work on Mediabar. I'll probably be working on that for the next week or two.