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What the duck?!

Auteur: 
nekohayo

During the mini PiTiVi hackfest a Coruña, René and I fought valiantly to get our beloved video editor working through GObject introspection.

State of the Onion

Auteur: 
nekohayo

You haven’t truly lived until you have seen nekohayo present at GUADEC.

Still, it should be safer than the GNOME State of the Union talk.

Back from Hong Kong

Auteur: 
nekohayo

It’s too bad that the GNOME Asia summit in HK was so short and that I had to leave early on the last day of the conference. I wish I had more time to interact with the local community and to discuss with the design team some of the (anti)patterns that matter/appeal to me.

I’d like to thank the organizers for setting up the event and for their warm welcome, going as far as to giving our triumvir a tour of the Xiamen university campus and surroundings.

Break the kettles and sink the boats

Auteur: 
nekohayo

This is it.  The “ges” branch of Pitivi has been merged to “master”.

Quart de siècle

Auteur: 
nekohayo

Today, I am turning 25 years old. Holy carp. A quarter of a century old. At this rate, how the heck can I solve the massive amount of bugs remaining in GNOME and GStreamer in only a hundred years?

Thumbnails are back

Auteur: 
nekohayo

…it’s back. And it will not stop until it has accomplished its mission.

This week, Daniel Thul fixed and reactivated the clip thumbnailing code for Pitivi’s timeline. But he didn’t just stop there. No sir. He implemented caching too, and that made my week.

Surviving Git

Auteur: 
nekohayo

Git can feel extremely unnatural to those who came from Bazaar. Only after a lot of advice from friends, the right tools and a few months of intensive usage did I feel confident enough to use it without fear. Many are probably in the same boat as me though, so I took a couple of hours to clean up my personal notes and make a proper “crash course” tutorial for Git in the Pitivi context.

PiTiVi GES spring sitrep

Auteur: 
nekohayo

Now that the Internet is back to normal, here’s a status update on what I’ve been busy doing lately.


The new media library clip previewer, to see all the important details.

GSoC 2012 and PiTiVi

Auteur: 
nekohayo

Are you a student who wants to get involved in shaping the future of open source video editing? Are you looking for a friendly project providing stimulating challenges and a well-established codebase and expertise? Then consider applying for the Summer of Code programme to work on Pitivi or GES! See this page for the list of ideas for Pitivi. Don’t wait though: the deadline for applying is April 6th.

Switching PiTiVi’s main git repository

Auteur: 
nekohayo

Due to public demand, the official main repository for PiTiVi is now git.gnome.org/pitivi instead of git://git.pitivi.org/git/pitivi.git

This has many advantages:

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