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Migration of MXM source code to the new SVN repository

May 17th, 2009

The MXM source code (both the Java and C++ versions) has been moved to the new MXM SVN repository:

http://wg11.sc29.org/mxmsvn/repos/JAVA

http://wg11.sc29.org/mxmsvn/repos/C

Please check-out a fresh version of MXM sources from the new repository. The old repository will be kept for backup purposes until Sunday 24th May.

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MXM Study of CD Documents publicly available

May 11th, 2009

The following documents have been made publicly availabel for download and review:

  • N10620, Study of ISO/IEC CD 23006-1 MXM Architecture and Technologies
  • N10621, Study of ISO/IEC CD 23006-2 MXM APIs
  • N10622, Study of ISO/IEC CD 23006-3 MXM Conf. & Ref. SW
  • N10625, Study of ISO/IEC CD 29116-1 2nd edition MXM Protocols

All documents can be downloaded from here as a single ZIP file. Alternatively, you may access these documents via the MPEG Web site.

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1st International MXM Developer’s Day

May 6th, 2009

We are pleased to invited you to the 1st International MXM Developer’s Day which will be held in London, UK on the 30th of June 2009 from 9am to 1pm. The event is free of charge but registration is needed. Further details can be found here.

MXM developers interested in presenting MXM Engines or MXM Applications in Session 3 of the MXM Developer’s Day are invited to contact the AhG chairs and submit a proposal for a presentation or a demo.

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MXM AhG Kick-off [Apr'09 - Jun'09]

May 5th, 2009

This is the kick-off of the AhG MXM. The AhG mandate is the following:

  1. Continue editing of following standards
    • MXM architecture
    • MXM API
    • MXM Conformance & Reference Software
    • MXM Protocols
  2. Prepare MXM Developer’s Day and disseminate the flyer
  3. Continue the development of reference software
  4. Investigate the possibility of moving MXM protocols as another part of MXM standard.
  5. Investigate the possibility of establishing a policy of having MPEG reference software in form of MXM engine (N10623).
  6. Update MXM website

Concerning 1. and 3., the work is progressing as the MXM community is constantly improving the API while developing the reference software. A new SVN repository has been set-up: http://wg11.sc29.org/mxmsvn/repos, more information for accessing it are available in W10630 and on the MXM web site of course. NOTE: The MXM code will be moved from the old repository (http://wg11.sc29.org/svn/repos/MPEG-M/) to this repository on Sunday 10th May. Developers are invited to synchronise their code with the old repository not later than Saturday 9th before the code is moved to the new repository in order to avoid code losses.

Concerning 2., MXM developers interested in presenting MXM Engines or MXM Applications in Session 3 of the MXM Developer’s Day are invited to contact the AhG chairs and submit a proposal for a presentation or a demo.

Discussions are welcome on this reflector and on the MXM blog (http://mxm.wg11.sc29.org/) on all the other items.

Best regards,
The MXM AhG chairs

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