Last week was a blast. Spending a couple of days working on Pitivi fulltime and meeting with the awesome GStreamer folks again was a thrilling experience. Not only that, but it happened in the beautiful city of Málaga.
Now that we’ve gotten rid of a ton of code in Pitivi (thanks to the port to GES), Thibault has been doing an incredible job at cleaning and reorganizing the remaining source files in a way that finally makes sense. I’m very happy about this: it means that it will not only make it easier for new contributors to get started, but also for regular contributors to not get lost in the various modules.
I would first like to welcome Antigoni, who has been accepted as part of GWOP 2011 to work on PiTiVi. In the coming months, she will be helping Thibault fix bugs in our port to GES and, when we have a reasonably stable base to work with, implement the much awaited titling feature!
Do you love Python (or C)? Interested in video editing? Then you should definitely consider working on PiTiVi as part of the GNOME Outreach Programme for Women! Feel free to email me or Thibault about it, or catch us on IRC (some details about the program and how to get in touch with us are on this page)
Enough is enough! I've had it with those monkey fighting spammers on this Monday to Friday wiki!
It is no secret that the pitiwiki was the target of a large scale cyber-warfare campaign in the last few months: the amount of spam polluting the wiki history was so ridiculous it prevented me from doing any serious editing in it.