Elisa Media Center 0.5.27 Release

Guillaume Emont guillaume at fluendo.com
Tue Feb 10 21:00:23 CET 2009

Dear Python hackers and lovers,

The Elisa team is happy to announce the release of Elisa Media Center
0.5.27, code-named "Peruvian Skies".

Elisa is an open source cross-platform media center connecting the
Internet to an all-in-one media player. It is written in python using
twisted, gstreamer and pigment among others, and runs on GNU/Linux and
Microsft Windows (XP and above). More information can be found at

A complete list of the issues fixed can be found at:


This is also summarised in the (attached) release notes.

Installers and sources can be downloaded from

Bug reports and feature requests are welcome at

Have a media-centered evening,

The Elisa team
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Elisa 0.5.27 "Peruvian Skies"

This is Elisa 0.5.27, twenty-seventh release of the 0.5 branch.

New features since 0.5.26:

- Reworked some keyboard shortcuts: F11 and Alt+Enter and Escape switch between full
  screen and windowed modes
- Yes.fm playlist integration
- New resource providers for themoviedb.org and thetvdb.com

Bugs fixed since 0.5.26:

- 324754: Older core loaded
- 325497: Crash when going back from a menu repeatedly
- 326110: Going back to the photo player fails
- 308540: The yes.fm logo only shows for every other entry
- 324288: No default icon appearing when a video has no thumbnail
- 324545: No tarballs for some releases
- 325365: Seeking backward fails
- 325368: Skip to previous fail
- 325617: Skip previous takes user to song played from previous option


You can find source releases of Elisa on the download page:

Elisa Homepage

More details can be found on the project's website: http://elisa.fluendo.com

Support and Bugs

We use Launchpad for bug reports and feature requests:


All code is in a Bazaar branch and can be checked out from there.
It is hosted on Launchpad: https://code.launchpad.net/elisa

Contributors to this release:

- Cesar Sanchez
- David McLeod
- Florian Boucault
- Guillaume Emont
- Jes?s Corrius
- Lionel Martin
- Maxwell Young
- Olivier Tilloy
- Philippe Normand

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