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MediaGoblin 0.7.0: Time Traveler's Delight

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We're excited to announce the release of MediaGoblin 0.7.0, Time Traveler's Delight!

There's a slew of features in here, from a new upload API (building our way towards federation!), a new slick-looking theme "Sandy 70s Speedboat", metadata support, command line bulk upload, better responsiveness, and much, more!

Check it out and spread the love!

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Good! Thank you for your incredible work!! :D

Alberto Moshpirit at 2014-08-26T21:09:38Z

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mini-upgrade report:
* first for the heck of it did apt-get upgrade (running on a wheezy vm). error message at my site after upgrade, rebooted rather than figure it out, and reboot fixed.
* followed instructions at http://mediagoblin.readthedocs.org/en/v0.7.0/siteadmin/relnotes.html "do this upgrade", error message at my site. restarted paster and celeryd services rather than figure out, error message went away.
* the responsive design thing looks a bit odd on a wide screen monitor, I guess due to no left/right white space?

I think it was a smoother upgrade than in the past (release notes incomplete, had to dig around/remember past upgrade) and am looking forward to trying the new features. I should upload something new to http://mg.ml.vc now. ^_^

Mike Linksvayer at 2014-08-27T04:06:03Z

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@Mike Linksvayer you need to "git submodule init"... the docs are missing that step. I'll push out a correction about that today.

Christopher Allan Webber at 2014-08-27T12:12:55Z

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Just in case, let's link the other note here too:


Attention everyone upgrading to v0.7.0!

JanKusanagi @i at 2014-08-27T14:06:20Z