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Shotwell 0.12.2 Released!

Good afternoon, one and all,

It’s my privilege to announce the release of Shotwell version 0.12.2.  Among the improvements:

  • Improved handling of and robustness against corrupted tag data.
  • Correction of a major UI glitch that could occur if the user switched away from the camera page while the application was retrieving image thumbnails from the camera.
  • Various other bugfixes.

A source tarball for the project is available from the Shotwell home page at:

Binaries for Ubuntu Oneiric will be available shortly from Yorba’s Launchpad PPA at:

For Ubuntu Precise users, this version should soon be made available automatically as part of the daily update process.

As always, thank you for using Shotwell, and if you have any questions or comments, please feel free to let us know.




Fillmore and Lombard released

We are pleased to announce the first release of yorba’s multi-media creation tools, Lombard and Fillmore.

Fillmore is an open-source multi-track audio editor for Gnome, based upon GStreamer and written in Vala.  You can record one mono track at a time.  You can create multiple tracks and sequence your audio to create songs, podcasts, stories.  You can export your project to an Ogg-Vorbis file. 

Lombard is an open-source video editor for Gnome, based upon GStreamer and written in Vala.  You can import and arrange your video clips using Lombard.  If you would like to add extra audio tracks for music or voice overs, open up your Lombard project in Fillmore.

We are currently working on version 0.2 of both products and would love to hear what features you would like next.

You can read more about fillmore and lombard here.