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Pitivi 0.93 released

Auteur: 
nekohayo

Last week, a flash snowstorm brought me around 2ft of snow overnight. I thought, “If I’m going to clear that much snow, might as well have some fun and make a timelapse out of it”, and so I did. While watching it, I realized, “Hmm… that’s an interesting metaphor for the huge amount of preparatory and cleanup work we’ve been doing in the past few years”:

Pitivi status update for Q1 2014, fundraiser launch

Auteur: 
nekohayo

Since my previous technical update in January, I haven’t had time to touch Pitivi’s code. Thankfully though, Alexandru Băluț has been filling the gap with a ton of refactoring work: around 150 commits! That took a fair amount of time to review and merge, believe me.

Fix it thrice

Auteur: 
nekohayo

Some of you may be familiar with the good old “fix it twice” adage: fix the problem and then ensure it never happens again.

GNOME.Asia 2013

This June, I was in Seoul, Korea for the GNOME.Asia Summit, the yearly occasion to meet up with the Asian side of the GNOME community. As always, it was an awesome conference, with so many cool people. I learned about new projects like Seafile and got to meet new friends and catch up with old ones.

I’d also to thank my employer, Collabora, for sponsoring my flight and the GNOME foundation for paying the hotel.

Prague, Brno, London, GNOME + Pitivi

Auteur: 
nekohayo

Guess where I am going?

2013-07-25--22.30.51

That moment when you think “jeez, I wish I could bring less equipment with me for once”…

The best of GNOME 3.8

Auteur: 
nekohayo

I’m very happy with how GNOME 3.8 is running on my newly installed Fedora 19 machine:

Status update — new Pitivi timeline, GSoC projects, etc

Auteur: 
nekohayo

Dear shareholders fans, here is the quarterly report from the frontlines of Pitivi, your favorite futuretrocyberpunk video editor.

2013-06-08

A typical day in my life as of late

I will cover the following from a very high-level view (I’ll have to make separate blog posts to cover them in detail, there’s too much to say):

No more stuck rendering dialogs!

Auteur: 
nekohayo

If you’ve tried rendering projects with Pitivi 0.15 or older, chances are you’ve encountered one of these dreadful situations where the rendering process would get stuck:

PiTiVi and the 2013 Summer of Code

Auteur: 
nekohayo

This year will be a little bit different. In a rather unexpected turn of events, PiTiVi has been accepted as a mentoring organization but GStreamer has not. Fear not however, as GStreamer has no better ally than the PiTiVi team when it comes to pushing our favorite multimedia framework to its limits and beyond. As you may know, PiTiVi makes heavy use of the GStreamer Editing Services library and, in turn, GNonLin and the rest of GStreamer.

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