Hello Developers and followers of UpStage! This is AUT UpStage Team blog update. In the last two weeks, we have come up with our detailed plan for the semester. We will research on possible technologies to replace some of the outdated technologies used in UpStage […]
Hi developers and followers of UpStage! First of all,we apologize for not updating the blog post since October, but from this week, we will be updating developers blog post every fortnightly! We have two exciting news to announce. Firstly, as we have entered a new […]
Great news folks – the beta version of UpStage v3 is up and running on the UpStage development server!!! Big thanks to Paul Rohrlach and Nitkalya Wiriyanuparb for their late-night work on the server, and Martin Eisenbarth for providing support. Thanks also to those who […]
The current AUT student developer team are on track with UpStage version 3 – the beta version is due at the end of October and v3 itself will be launched as part of the 10th birthday celebrations, on 9 January 2013. Version 3 will bring […]
If you noticed steam coming from the UpStage IRC channel recently, it’s because Martin Eisenbarth has been working intensely on the video hack; and yesterday you would have also heard screams – of joy and excitement, as Helen and Martin exchanged the first live audio-visual […]
Developer Martin Eisenbarth is currently working on a “video hack” for UpStage, in conjunction with the project We Have a Situation. Helen spoke to Martin to find out more about just what is a video hack, and what it will mean for UpStage artists.
Great news – the upload bug which has plagued our server since the operating system upgrade in February has finally been solved; thanks to Martin Eisenbarth for working out the precise tweaking needed in the config file. Now that we are once more able to […]
As AUT students Heath Behrens and Vibhu Patel prepare for their final exams after a year working on the UpStage project, they have uploaded to SourceForge the beta version of UpStage 2.4.1 – congratulations and thank you! The new code will be implemented on the […]
Today I participated in a spontaneous online mini-sprint on the UpStage server: sitting at home in munich, I watched Paul’s computer screen on the other side of the world in Auckland, NZ; the green square that was his cursor flicked along lines of white text […]
Now that there are more developers wanting to contribute to UpStage, it’s more important that we keep our Subversion repository organised & follow the standard conventions. Thanks very much Martin Eisenbarth who has compiled these guidelines for using Subversion for UpStage development.