The Galicaster Project is an open initiative to provide flexible, state-of-the-art solutions for recording educational multimedia contents like lectures and conferences
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What is Galicaster?

Galicaster is a Multistream Recorder and Player designed for mobile equipment without requiring an Internet connexion, 
allowing us to record, tag and review multistream material, all together in one application.

Galicaster is designed to be compatible with the Opencast Matterhron Project. The Opencast Matterhorn (OC-MH) project, 
an international, free, open-source effort on educational multimedia content from which we would benefit from, 
taking advantage of all the tools within to process and distribute educational material. 

Galicaster is been developed with GStreamer and Python, designed as a heavy application fully based on free software.

Coding Style

Contributions must follow good PEP-8, PEP-257 style: