CameraV Version 0.2.1 (201) released!
14 JUL 2015, 19:31
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…and we’re back CameraV v0.2.1 aka build 201!
- Improved auto-focus and video frame-rate on encrypted camera
- Built in guide on first-time use (and in menu “View Guide”)
- More stable sharing of charts and metadata
- Handle devices with SDCard slot but no SDCard in them!
CameraV latest release
Version 0.1.77 (177)
21 MAY 2015, 22:49
- Tweaks made to GPS logging to avoid stale/out-of-date data
- Fixes to chart view to solve random/incomplete display bug
- Dropbox Sync can now be turned on/off via menu checkbox
- Web Share improved to run fully in background/phone off
- Easy sharing/sending of Web Share/Onion Share address now supported
Migrating this community to Developer Square
Hello Secure Smart Cam-folk of past and present!
This list has been going on now for quite a while, in fact all the way
back to November 2010:
https://lists.mayfirst.org/pipermail/ssc-dev/ The first message was sent
by Bryan about a startup doing facial recognition, and since then, we've
made amazing progress in trying to really understand more deeply and
implement our ideas around smart camera technology applied to rights,
justice and freedom.
While I love mailing lists, they tend to be a bit insular, and really
only good for communicating with a small set of people, and not very
accessible from the web as useful content for all to index, see, find
and share. With that in mind, we are trying to both reduce the number of
lists we have, rely on our project tracker more, while also migrating
over to our new public "Developer Square" site at https://devsq.net.
The forum portion of DevSq is built on Discourse.org which is modern
take on a message board, that has good email integration, a great mobile
web interface, and all in all, is a real pleasure to use. DevSq is our
medium for outreach, awareness, and advocacy to anyone interested in
secure, open-source mobile technology, and as part of that, any of the
standards, code or concepts we have developed within the various
ObscuraCam and InformaCam efforts.
So, we've setup a "Smart Cameras" forum there, which you can find here:
You can sign up with a Github or Twitter account, or create a new
account just for the site.
From here, then is the plan:
1) If you have a bug report, feature requests, or other issue related to
InformaCam, ObscuraCam, or CamCipher library, then please use the
project tracker: https://dev.guardianproject.info/projects/informacam -
I will also be posting release news to this project tracker more, and
general try to keep it as up-to-date and accurate as possible
2) For anything else that is just general ideas, discussions about Smart
Camera technology, announcements, updates, ideas, then please post that
all to the "Smart Cameras" forum here:
We really want it to become the home for anyone interested in this
3) If you really still want to just use a mailing list, we still have
our Guardian-Dev list:
https://lists.mayfirst.org/mailman/listinfo/guardian-dev for all general
guardian project technical matters
4) Finally, if you have a specific question or topic that you want to
discuss related to a funded project, deployment, implementation, etc,
that you feel is not a public topic, then please feel free to still
communicate directly with me or any member of the Guardian Project team
I will keep ssc-dev on, but I think over time we will use it less, and
less, in lieu of these other options. As for our weekly scrums, I would
like to propose that we make them more of a public event, which we
announce on the forum, and hold using a more public tool like JitMeet,
so that anyone can join the discussion. I need to find a new time that
works for me, as well, since Wednesday isn't so good at this point.
Thanks for all of your interest, participation, and support over there
years, and I can't wait to see you on Developer Square.
(New!) Weekly Dev Report
- build #7 seems to be doing well, although there are still 1 or 2 bugs that I see popping up frequently that I will need to squash
- the j3mifier is now live! up until today (until i had to switch gears) i've been working on integrating automatic j3m parsing into our submissions workflow. once i return to the project, i'll finish my work there.
- the server now sends email our when anything interesting happens (i.e. someone submits something, or registers a new device.) let me know if you'd like to receive automated spam from the iwitness server and i'll add you!
- I am reviewing the latest fixes and updates that have been committed to
the source tree.
- We will do quick smoke tests of these, and then produce a new build
later today or tomorrow.
- As for the particular issue of media showing up in the Gallery, that
should not happen if the "Auto-Trash" option was selected in the wizard
setup or settings.
InformaCam Phase I Report
Please download the slide deck from our phase 1 report:
Please pull the newest informacam binary. It's a tad too large to upload here, so it lives on github: https://github.com/guardianproject/InformaCam/downloads
Please pull new APK
implemented some changes in response to some pre API 12 shortcomings!
i've replaced the binary currently in files. please update on your devices, and keep those bug reports coming.
- UPDATE **
I've implemented an in-app logging feature that should allow you to email (or better yet, upload to Dropbox) your error logs. From the main menu, select "Send Error Log..." (this feature should also pop up automatically upon certain errors, should you encounter them.)
Please pull the new binary to start using this feature.
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