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#5593 fixed Update deployment docs for Debian 10 and Fedora 31 Ben Sturmfels
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The deployment docs are a little out of date and need a full review. See docs/source/siteadmin/deploying.rst.

For Debian 10, we can refer to the Dockerfile-debian-python3-sqlite script, which installs and runs MediaGoblin in Debian 10 under Docker.

For Fedora, we may want to make another Dockerfile to allow us to quickly verify that we have the list of dependencies correct.

#5592 fixed Make "–with-python3" the default Ben Sturmfels
Description

Given I'm proposing 0.10.0 be our last Python 2 compatible release, we ought to signal this by switching the ./configure defaults over to Python 3.

#5591 duplicate Avoiding up-scaling low-res videos Ben Sturmfels
Description

Rose Irene wrote to the mailing list:

Hello dear developers

I was uploading videos with a resolution of 480p to my server but the videos
were also scaled to 1080p and 720p. Videos should be scaled from full resolution
to lower resolution. Example: 1080p to video 720p, 480p, 360p. but not 360p to
480p, 720p or 1080p

Regards,
Rose Irene

I've just tried this on the current master branch with the following 352x288 video and found that the video was transcoded to 360p, 480p and 720p.

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/25/Kleuters_vieren_gouden_jubileum.ogv

Vijeth, do you have any thoughts on how best to implement this check/skip? In the case that the original video is lower-res than all of the available_resolutions, I assume we would need to keep the original video, which is normally thrown away.

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