- Date: 06/02/2005
- Attendees: Matt, Sean, Bin, Eric, Nate, Jin
- Place: CCB 201
- Logger: Jin
- D-Stampede and MediaBroker code base is ready in CVS.
- Nate: Started implementing the naming and lookup functionality of MB++ based on Rendezvous/Bonjour from Apple.
- Q(uestion): Do we need some resources, for example, to host a server?
- A(nswer): Yes and No. If we embed the Rendezvous functionality inside the MB++ executables, we don't. But it might be better if the functionality is pre-installed on a host where the MB++ accesses it through a thin library. In that case, we need.
- C(omment): Let's check computers settled in TSRB basement.
- C: Other than Rendezvous, we have several options for implementing this; they include Service Lookup Protocol (SLP) and Simple Service Discovery Protocol (SSDP).
- Eric: (We have not been able to assign any implementation work to him due to the delay of API specification.)
- Bin: Doing API specification work on MB++ transformers. We need to support various feature extracters such as one that uses 10 minutes of video frames in a single video stream, compare video frames from multiple video stream, and multiplexes multiple different types of streams.
- C: You can achieve a nice control from the automatic garbage collection mechanism in Stampede.
- Jin: Doing API specification work on MB++ producers and consumers.
- Nate: Continue working on the implementation.
- Eric: Be familiar with D-Stampede idea, functionalities, and APIs.
- Bin and Jin: Continue working on the specification. Expected to done in 1-2 weeks.
- Monday 06/06/2005 2:00pm @ CCB201 for D-Stampede API review.
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