elfServer version 2.21 is up. This adds the ability to put playlist directories as well as files into the config. It also supports repathing for use when playlists are created on a different machine
A new version of elfServer, 2.20, has been released.
The release provides support for JReceiver 0.2.4
There is no need to update your elf code to use this release.
If you are not using JReceiver, then this release offers nothing over the previous release, 2.10p2
There is a new release of the server code available for download.
The major change in this release is the addition of status and control callbacks in the JReceiver driver. As a result, JReceiver 0.2 is required
There have been a few changes to the http://mp3elf.net website.
We have a new design courtesy of Alastair. We also have pictures of the mp3elf version 2 online and the new purchasing page is available
There is a new release of the elfServer software.
This release has major changes to the XMLRPC interface.
For more information see the documentation section of http://mp3elf.net
elfServer 1.14 and mp3elf 0.60 are available from
the downloads section on http://sourceforge.net/projects/mp3elf.
These releases improve stability and add significant functionality including LCD and idv3 support.
There are also several additions to the XML-RPC interface to the server
A new document is available in the documentation section of mp3elf.net that details the XML-RPC interface to the elfServer. Please note that this document refers to the elfServer that is currently in CVS. The XMLRPC interface for the 1.12 elfServer is documented in the release tar.
Alastair has created a "promo" video featuring a completed MP3elf 1.0 board. You can see it at:
The first public release of the elfServer software is available from http://sourceforge.net/projects/mp3elf
Two packages are available: with and without java source code.
A photo of the completed prototype board has been added to the images section on http://mp3elf.net
The first batch of PCBs have arrived and the first prototype has been assembled. After a little bit of tweaking the board is now playing music at 320Kbps (the old breadboard prototype couldn't handle more than 128Kbps). Expect images soon.
Some images of the experimental mp3elf board and a schematic for the new prototype board are available on the mp3elf website http://mp3elf.net/ .
Look in the Images and Documentation section
A document that details the MP3elf system architecture is now available on the documentation page at http://mp3elf.net
The MP3elf web page now sports a new logo thanks to Lieven Op De Beeck