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)
Wait, let me give you an even better incentive. If you feel like email or IRC is too dry to carry complex discussions/questions, and would like a more personalized approach, I (and/or Thibault) will be glad to make an appointment with you for a live audio/video call over Empathy (through Jabber/XMPP/GTalk), Google Plus or even Skype. Just ask and we’ll make sure to be available to discuss every concern you may have.
PiTiVi is currently in a heavy state of flux and it is a bit tricky to list out the exact features that you could work on for the time being. This is one of the reasons why I’m offering an audio call. In the meantime you could take a quick look at the roadmap, pitivi love, but keep in mind that some of these items may be outdated or blocked by the transition to GES. The feature that we probably need the most right now is completing the implementation of the user interface for editing text/titles in PiTiVi: the work is partly done, your mission (if you accept it) would be to finish the UI and integrate it with our new GES backend.
Get in touch with us ASAP, there’s loads of stuff to be done and you only have until Halloween to apply for the GNOME Outreach Programme for Women!
Note that you will have to make a small patch/fix as part of your application, but we’ll gladly help you with it.
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