Plumi 3.0-Beta2 (Beta release) (Feb 22, 2010)

This is not a final release. Experimental releases should only be used for testing and development. Do not use these on production sites, and make sure you have proper backups before installing.

Plumi 3.0 Beta2 is a fully functional release enabling all features previously available with Plumi 0.2.3 along with some additional enhancements and bug fixes. A 3.0-Final release will follow in the coming weeks.

For additional information about this project, please visit the overview page .

Available downloads

Plumi 3.0 Beta2

For Linux/BSD/Unix (120 kB)

Release Notes

Tested with Plone 3
State Beta release
License GPL
Release Manager EngageMedia

You can download the attached buildout package or access the release via SVN here


A development version of the site can currently be viewed here - http://latest-v.plumi.org

Plumi 3.0 Beta2 includes the following fixes and feature additions

  • upgraded to latest plone stable release 3.3.4
  • auto-creation of thumbnail image from uploaded video
  • large file uploads - integrated FTP support (previously available but not packaged with 0.2.3)
  • Built in blob support to improve large file handling
  • New, more stable and configurable transcoding framework (Transcode Daemon)
  • html5 support
  • Social networking - ability to look up other people who are interested same areas
  • Indonesian translation of Plumi and Plone interface
  • Built in content translation via lingua plone
  • Increased flash player size and quality
  • Ability to add related items, location information and language when publishing a video
  • Updated flowplayer
  • Auto-notifications on retraction or rejection of content
  • New cleaner design
  • Fixed content licensing UI error
  • Date of release now goes back to 1960
  • All countries are now included in taxonomy by default
  • Ajaxification of commenting including profile thumbnails associated with comments

This is on top of the out of box new features in Plone 3.

The release has been made possible thanks to the work of EngageMedia, unweb.me, Mahiti, Andy Nicholson [Infinite Recursion] and Victor Rajewski.