The Pitivi community is very happy to announce the availability of easy to use, distro-independent Linux bundles to test latest version of the application. This eliminates dependency problems and allows quicker testing cycles. Our entire stack is bundled, so the only requirement is glibc ≥ 2.13.
Simply Download the bundle and run it!
This is the first delivery of the Pitivi Fundraiser—as you can see, we are already well on our way to deliver what has been promised in our detailed planning.
Greetings Pitivi supporters! We hope everyone had a great week! We’ve had a rather hectic one, and hopefully that’s just the beginning. This is the first update for our fundraising campaign, be sure to check our blog weekly for more ;)
Announcement! We are happy to announce that the GStreamer maintainers decided to show us their faith and support, by allocating 2 500 € to our project from GStreamer funds! This is great news for several reasons:
During the creation of the campaign, we debated what kind of perks we should offer. The thing is, we are not t-shirt creators, we are software developers and UI designers.
We believe people who give us money do so in order for us to develop a good software, and thus we tried to focus on perks that made real sense. What could we offer to the community that would help us in making the software that they truly want?
Today we’re thrilled to announce a crowdfunding campaign to support the development of Pitivi!
We have made the choice not to use one of the major crowdfunding platforms such as kickstarter for multiple reasons, and instead partner with the GNOME foundation, which is ideologically aligned with us and will support our financial infrastructure.
We are proud of that partnership, as we share their objective of “creating a free software computing platform for the general public”, and the foundation is excited as well: