Jason Gerard DeRose

I'm a product engineer at System76, makers of fine Ubuntu computers:
https://www.system76.com/

I'm also the lead Novacut developer (think Google docs for video editing):
https://launchpad.net/novacut
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Novacut

Novacut is built on Dmedia, a specialized distributed object store aimed at professional content creation:
https://launchpad.net/dmedia

Dmedia is the foundation of Novacut's real-time collaboration, and can likewise be the foundation for similar apps.

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Let's talk about where it makes sense to integrate dmedia (or other Novacut components) into Ubuntu One, what applications might be good candidates for adding dmedia support (PiTiVi, Shotwell?). The Distributed Media Library (dmedia) is designed to bring Media Asset Management (MAM) to the freedesktop. It's design...

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