Meiga 0.2.1 released

This is a minor release that includes a couple of bug fixes that will make Meiga to properly work on Fedora systems and also to work with those routers exposing a WANPPPConnection by UPnP instead of a WANIPConnection.

As always, you can download it from http://meiga.igalia.com. This time a new package for Ubuntu Jaunty on amd64 is also available for users having that architecture.

2 Responses to “Meiga 0.2.1 released”

  1. Jeff Says:

    Your code seems interesting, but most Linux distributions include python and the module SimpleHTTPServer. While it’s from the CLI and not a GUI, it does offer a really quick and dirty way to share out any directory with logs printing out on the terminal screen you ran the command.

    See here for more info: http://code.activestate.com/recipes/365606/

    Of course, I don’t quite know what your roadmap is, and you do imply that there will be many other features other than simple File sharing over HTTP.

  2. eocanha Says:

    Yes, I also know about Python SimpleHTTPServer. It’s a simple and interesting alternative to Meiga, specially on systems such as N810, where it hasn’t been ported to.

    Anyway, if you have a look at the website, you’ll find that Meiga is more than a simple server: it has other nice features like integrated port redirection (to share to the Internet), RSS feed generation and integration with other desktop appplications via its DBUS interface.

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