- Streamline News -

Beta4 Coming Soon July 11th, 2005

After a long....long stall in development, beta 4 will be out soon. We finally figured out the problem we were having with SQLite. Our development machines are set up to mount the home and web directories over NFS. Turns out that SQLite does not like working over NFS. This is what basically halted our testing and development for getting beta 4 out the door. Now that we know whats up. It shouldn't be too long. (0 comments)

New Web Site October 1st, 2004

As you can probably see, our web site has been redone. It is still pretty basic, but it looks a lot better and we have added a number of sections and links that will make it much more useful. If you notice any errors (broken links, typos, etc.) don't hesitate to let us know. (0 comments)

v1.0 Beta 2 Released September 8th, 2004

This release covers a few serious bugs that came up shortly after the v1.0 Beta 1 release. Windows users especially should check this out. (0 comments)

v1.0 Beta 1 Released September 1st, 2004

This release represents the first Beta Release of Streamline. With this Beta release we feel that streamline has reached a new level of maturity beyond that of the alpha Releases. With that in mind, it still is a beta release and should be treated as such. Comments, Questions, and suggestions are very much welcome. (0 comments)

v1.0 Beta 1 Development Complete August 24th, 2004

The development on 1.0 Beta 1 is complete. We are now in the process of testing the release to fix up any remaining bugs. We are still on target for the September 1st release, so check back then for the official release. (0 comments)

SQLite Support August 19th, 2004

The CVS version of Streamline now supports the SQLite database back end. SQLite is a file based database engine, it is easy to set up and does not require you to be a sysadmin to set up the database. This makes Streamline accessible to users who do not have access to an RDBMS like PostgreSQL or MySQL. (0 comments)

Project Renamed!! August 8th, 2004

This project formerly had the unix name streamline-mp3. Since Streamline handles more than just mp3's now, we thought it was a good idea to drop the mp3 from the name. It's shorter to type too, which is always a bonus. Anyway same great product, new great name!! (0 comments)