There are many problems with the way we present development documentation to users in the GNOME platform. The content is all pretty much there already, however it's quite fragmented and it lacks proper format and organization.
To address this a while ago I tried to put together some screencasts to promote the platform better and provide official documentation that is not focused on explaining every single piece of API or that is not focused to C developers.
After almost a year of trying to find the right combination of stable screencasting/video editting applications and spare time, I've finally put together the first of what I expect to be a series of screencasts targetted to promote the GNOME development platform in a useful way.
Any feedback would be welcome, but note that putting this together has been quite a difficult task. Hopefully there will be more of them now that I've managed to put together a nice timeline. Suggestions and help would be appreciated.
PS: I would like to give kudos to the PiTiVi guys, the app is no perfect, but it allowed me to perform the task which is something that no other video editor within the official Ubuntu repositories could say.