This was a very productive week for the project, with a lot of of activity moving us closer to a first stable release. I worked mostly on refactoring the mechanism that tracks reference counts for miniobjects and caps, while George has been busy with a redesign of the QGlib::Value system that makes it really convenient to use it from Qt, much like QVariant.
Also, we are happy to announce that QtGStreamer is now a Freedesktop.org project, with the repository living at
Bug reporting is already integrated as a GStreamer component in Bugzilla.
These moves makes me very happy. QtGStreamer was started last year by George Kiagiadakis as a personal project and were previously hosted at Gitorious. With this move we are now effectively the “official” Qt bindings for GStreamer, living in the same repository tree and using the same bug reporting system. This makes it easier for us to tap into the knowledge of the existing GStreamer developer community (including people that are using other bindings, like PyGst). And the visibility of the project is increased, which is good in general as we really want to have more people hacking on and using it.