…is surprisingly low. Unlike what some people would make you believe, GNOME Shell & friends don’t eat 883 MB of RAM. As you can see below, baseline memory usage is under 120 MB… And you know what? That’s less than the amount of memory that GNOME 2.30 uses on startup on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS (127 MB+ even if you cut down on some useless services).
The 2011 edition of Google’s Summer of Code is here! As per previous years, PiTiVi may participate under the umbrella of GNOME and GStreamer (which are both mentoring organizations for this year’s SoC projects).