Senior Product Manager, Mark Evans, alerted me to the enhancements in the yesterday's December 15, 2010 Release of Autodesk Project Bluestreak.
- Bluestreak Desktop now has the “More” button at the bottom of the activity stream to load more historic activities.
- The Bluestreak activity stream now displays an icon indicating the app which published the activity. This currently works for the Revit Activity Stream app and the Bluestreak File Sharing app.
- Revit Worksharing Monitor should now start while the Bluestreak Desktop is already running on the same machine.
- The Bluestreak Desktop should now shut down more quickly and cleanly, especially when it is not connected to the Bluestreak XMPP server.
- The “Getting Started” panel in the user’s home page and other locations in the Bluestreak web application can be turned back on when new functions are released. This helps users know about new features right inside the web application.
- Enhancements were made to several Bluestreak APIs to support new applications that are forthcoming.
This seems fitting since last night I watched the movie, Scott Pilgrim Versus The World, where the heroine had blue streaks in her hair. To see for yourself what all the fuss is about:
Tackling AEC collaboration issues one pilgrim at a time is alive in the lab.