Release Notes: This release adds the "safetymon" and "safetymon-small" control files, which monitor the temperature of the hard drive and CPU. You may need to adjust these files to match your processor, motherboard, and preferences. There are also minor changes to syncronise the code that MVM and the Flightdeck-UI Library share with Flightdeck-UI Online versions 0.4.0 and 0.5.0.
Release Notes: This release provides minor changes to synchronize the code that the Flightdeck-UI Library shares with Flightdeck-UI Online versions 0.4.0 and 0.5.0.
Release Notes: This release contains some minor code cleanup and additional documentation. It is mostly based on analysis with pylint.
Release Notes: The MVM application includes the full Flightdeck-UI Library, which has just been re-licensed under the LGPL. This release of MVM (which remains under the GPL) includes the LGPL-licensed library. There is no functionality change.
Release Notes: This is a re-release of the Flightdeck-UI Library under the LGPL. Previously, it was licensed under the Open Light Software Inc. Open License. This re-release allows the Flightdeck-UI Library to be used under a standard, well-known license that is recognized by both the FSF and the OSI. Note that this change affects the library only: Flightdeck-UI MVM and Flightdeck-UI Online remain under the GPL, as before.
Release Notes: This release includes minor bugfixes from the advanced beta (version 0.3.91).
Release Notes: This is a minor change from 0.3.9. The most notable difference is that the analog clock in the demo will now work correctly during Standard Time (i.e. when Daylight Savings Time ends). The clock will adjust itself automatically.
Release Notes: This version (called Flightdeck-UI Online) works entirely through a Web browser. It should be installed on a Web server (requires mod_python and Apache). Flightdeck-UI Online is an advanced beta. Changes (if any) before the stable release will be very minor. The distribution includes detailed installation instructions, and two example configuration files (which are now Python scripts). It has been extensively tested on Linux, but should run on any Unix-like platform.
Release Notes: Enhanced handling of error conditions, and an improved plug-in architecture.