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neard 0.5 was released on June 29th, 2012. With this release we now have a complete Bluetooth handover through NFC support. This is compliant with the NFC Forum Connection Handover 1.2 specification, and we support both initiator and selector roles.
A few weeks ago I had the pleasure to talk about monkey testing at Software Testing Day 2012, Tampere, Finland. It was a very nice event with a couple of hundred participants interested in software testing.
neard 0.4 was released on June 5th, 2012. The main change coming with this release is the target mode peer to peer support. We can now detect and communicate with p2p devices activating us as targets. For this you will need the latest kernel bits from the nfc kernel tree's nfc-next branch .
Welcome to the dLeyna project. dLeyna is a suite of middleware components designed to simplify the task of writing DLNA enabled applications. There are currently two separate pieces of middleware in the dLeyna project, media-service-upnp and renderer-service-upnp. These components can be used to implement Digital Media Players, Digital Media Controllers, and to easily integrate two-box push into applications. For more information about dLeyna and its components, please see our About page.