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== Project Description ==
 
== Project Description ==
  
Create Soda.js,  an interface extention to [https://wiki.mozilla.org/PopcornOpenVideoAPI Popcorn.js].
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Create Soda.js,  an interface extention to [https://wiki.mozilla.org/PopcornOpenVideoAPI Popcorn.js]. To see a video demo of Popcorn.js, [http://www.drumbeat.org/content/popcorn-js-semantic-video-demo click here].
  
 
Soda.js will provide innovative and non-standard user interfaces for commonly needed web video controls (ie. visual timelines, play, pause, volume control).
 
Soda.js will provide innovative and non-standard user interfaces for commonly needed web video controls (ie. visual timelines, play, pause, volume control).
  
To see a video demo of Popcorn.js, [http://www.drumbeat.org/content/popcorn-js-semantic-video-demo click here].
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The features implemented in Soda.js are specially aimed at the needs of the [http://globallives.org/ Global Lives Project].
  
 
== Project Leader(s) ==
 
== Project Leader(s) ==
  
[[User:Cldenobrega|Crystal Lynn de Nobrega]]
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!align="right" | [https://www.drumbeat.org/users/brett-gaylor Brett Gaylor]
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| - filmmaker working with the [http://www.mozilla.org/foundation/ Mozilla Foundation]
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!align="right" | Joel Young
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| - main developer for the [[PopcornVideoWrapper| video wrapper]] and user interface work for the [http://globallives.org/ Global Lives Project]
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!align="right" | [http://annasob.wordpress.com/ Anna Sobiepanek]
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| - main [http://www.senecac.on.ca/ Seneca]/[https://wiki.mozilla.org/PopcornOpenVideoAPI popcorn.js] developer
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!align="right"  | [[User:Cldenobrega|Crystal de Nobrega]]
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| - Seneca student
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== Project Details ==
 
== Project Details ==
  
Provides more depth than the Project Description.  This is the place for technical discussions, project specs, or other details.  If this gets very long, you might consider breaking this part into multiple pages and linking to them.
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''Regular updates on project specs, technical discussions, or other details'':
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== Project News ==
 
== Project News ==
  
This is where your regular updates will go.  In these you should discuss the status or your work, your interactions with other members of the community (e.g., Seneca and Mozilla), problems you have encountered, etc.
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''Regular updates on the status of the project, news about community participation and problems encountered'':
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| Introduced to one of three project contacts: annasob on Moznet's #popcorn channel.
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| Viewed Soda.js interface mockups, learning about the Global Lives Project.
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| This wiki page is created.
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| Emailed Humph to get officially assigned to this project.
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| '''Problem''': not quite sure of the exact scope of the Soda.js project.
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| Tentative [http://cldenobrega.wordpress.com/2010/10/01/initial-project-plan-for-soda-js-an-interface-extention-to-popcorn-js/ Initial Project Plan] published to Crystal's blog.
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Latest revision as of 12:27, 1 October 2010

Project Description

Create Soda.js, an interface extention to Popcorn.js. To see a video demo of Popcorn.js, click here.

Soda.js will provide innovative and non-standard user interfaces for commonly needed web video controls (ie. visual timelines, play, pause, volume control).

The features implemented in Soda.js are specially aimed at the needs of the Global Lives Project.

Project Leader(s)

Brett Gaylor - filmmaker working with the Mozilla Foundation
Joel Young - main developer for the video wrapper and user interface work for the Global Lives Project
Anna Sobiepanek - main Seneca/popcorn.js developer
Crystal de Nobrega - Seneca student

Project Contributor(s)

Name(s) of people casually working on the project, or who have contributed significant help. Include links to personal pages within wiki

NOTE: only Project Leader(s) should add names here. You can’t add your own name to the Contributor list.

Project Details

Regular updates on project specs, technical discussions, or other details:

  • No updates available yet.

Project News

Regular updates on the status of the project, news about community participation and problems encountered:

Sept. 27 Introduced to one of three project contacts: annasob on Moznet's #popcorn channel.
Viewed Soda.js interface mockups, learning about the Global Lives Project.
Sept. 30 This wiki page is created.
Emailed Humph to get officially assigned to this project.
Problem: not quite sure of the exact scope of the Soda.js project.
Oct. 1 Tentative Initial Project Plan published to Crystal's blog.