On Mon, May 16, 2011 at 3:09 PM, Nicolas Chauvet <kwizart(a)gmail.com> wrote:
2011/5/16 Richard Shaw <hobbes1069(a)gmail.com>:
> I mention #4 with a question mark because I have provided OpenShot
> 1.3.1 packages through my google docs and already have some positive
> user reports and I have tested it myself with good results. I also
> built Kdenlive 0.8 but I don't know if anyone has used it yet.
Note: Please request ACL on package by having primary maintainer
blocking bug#33 on any bugreport related to the component involved. (I
remember having seen a question about that on this ml that I might
Sorry, I could have worded things better. I made a mock build of
Kdenlive 0.8 on my own machine completely outside of RPMFusion. At
first only to test it with the git version of mlt I built but figured
I might as well make it available for others to test while Ryan was
busy at school.
If I understand your response correctly then you are saying I should
request cvs/ACL access to Kdenlive? If Ryan would like to add me as a
co-maintainer of Kdenlive to have some redundant coverage then I would
be happy to volunteer.
> As a side note, frei0r-plugins 1.3 has been released upstream
> know OpenShot uses... I'd be willing to be a co-maintainer of it if
> Nicolas doesn't mind or could use the help. I see his name on a lot of
Good for me once you update in rawhide (f16) first and then, if there
is no ABI break involved, update stable onl if they are mandatory
features that worth it.
Ok, how do I detect an ABI breakage? Since Openshot is python based
I'm not sure it cares, but I'd have to see what all uses it.
Here's the change log:
1.3.0 - 8 March 2011
This release adds more plugins, better documentation and better
examples for writing code that makes use of thed opencv library.
New filters (4): tutorial, sharpness, denoise, lightgraffiti
New generator: test_pat (broadcast test patterns)
New mixer: addition_alpha
Anything in there you see that's worth upgrading stable?
As far as co-maintainership, I'm assuming in the Fedora repos that you
can do this directly?