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Weekly report 4

Posted By: Team XBMC on Jun 21, 2010 in Site News

After discussion with my mentor we decided to not use the EVAS model suggested in my last weekly report.  While it might have worked it would have taken to much time to realize which is a bad idea due to the limited time of GSoC. Hence I have started altering the guilib to do the …

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XBMC 9.11: Camelot

Posted By: Team XBMC on Dec 24, 2009 in Release Announcements

It’s been quite a while in the making (and maybe a bit late), but Camelot has arrived for Windows, OSX, Linux, and XBMC Live, and just in time for the holidays. Noteworthy changes include a revamped user interface via the new default skin “Confluence“, DirectX support by default for the Windows platform, a complete reorganization …

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Updated: XBMC 9.11 Beta1: Introducing Confluence

Posted By: Team XBMC on Nov 22, 2009 in Site News

As the testing portion of Camelot continues, we would like to introduce Confluence as the new default XBMC skin. We have also stopped including the original Project Mayhem III skin (Don’t worry, PM3.HD is still there). It will be added to the gallery soon, but for now you can find it here. A ‘Confluence’ is …

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XBMC 9.11: Alpha1 ready for testing

Posted By: Team XBMC on Nov 04, 2009 in Site News

Today we are pleased to announce the first official testing release of 9.11, Codename: Camelot. It’s been quite a while since Babylon, so we’re very excited to begin the release cycle and work towards a new release. Please keep in mind that this is an early alpha build, and it should be treated as such. …

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MiniMeedia Added to XBMC Skinning Project

Posted By: Team XBMC on Sep 29, 2009 in Site News

MiniMeedia has now been added to the Official XBMC Skinning Project SVN so that anyone can now download the project files (including all the textures etc). You can find out more details about the XBMC Skinning Project here. The code added to SVN is the same as the 0.95 version that was released last month …

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Updating the Classics

Posted By: Team XBMC on Aug 23, 2009 in Site News

It has come to my attention that over the last few years of development by jmarshall of the XBMC skinning engine we have come very far.  The problem is with progress comes change,  change is good (in some ways) unfortunately moving forward also mean sometimes breaking the old.  You just can’t keep constantly maintain backwards …

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XBMC Skins in a Nutshell

Posted By: Team XBMC on Jun 11, 2009 in Site News

As promised in my previous post, TheUni and myself are trying to keep you informed about developments from within the XBMC community. To kick it off I’ve decided to pick one of XBMC’s most admired feature – it’s skinning engine. Thanks to the great work of many, foremost jmarshall, XBMC has the most flexible skinning …

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XBMC 9.04 Babylon released, ready for download

Posted By: Team XBMC on May 06, 2009 in Release Announcements

XBMC Media Center 9.04 (codename: Babylon) final is now released. Versions for Apple TV, Mac OS X (Tiger, Leopard. Intel-x86, PowerPC), Windows (XP, Vista), Linux (Ubuntu PPA), Xbox, and a bootable Live CD/USB distribution (XBMC Live) of this free cross-platform media center software are available and are ready for download, (as usual the full source …

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Some fast scrolling letter highlighting

Posted By: Team XBMC on Aug 05, 2008 in Site News

Further to my previous discussion, I’ve been playing with ways to improve navigation.  There’s two things that have just hit SVN: Jump by letter down a list Two new actions allow you to jump through a list by the first letter of the items (in terms of their sort order).  This probably needs a little …

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One Year Chokemaniacs Project Mayhem Webpage

Posted By: Team XBMC on Mar 08, 2005 in Site News

quote from i’ve come a long way many things happened in the past 12 months. when i started this site, i only wanted a couple of screenshots of the project mayhem skin and a download button. but critikill made soo much more out of it. thanks a lot out to you bud. hope your …

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About Kodi

Kodi is a free and open source media player application developed by the XBMC Foundation, a non-profit technology consortium. Kodi is available for multiple operating-systems and hardware platforms, featuring a 10-foot user interface for use with televisions and remote controls. It allows users to play and view most videos, music, podcasts, and other digital media files from local and network storage media and the internet.