Which Project Links?
Should I/we update the project links to be cinelerra.org & cinelerra-cv.org? Do people reading the main page want to see binaries, source code, help files or community support pages?
It seems that the Cinelerra project and the company that maintains it have moved their focus from the currently listed project pages:
To using code.google.com as their main repositoy https://code.google.com/p/cinelerra/ and a domain specific to this project http://cinelerra.org/ Although releases are still posted to http://heroinewarrior.com/cinelerra.php#download the rest of that site seems to get very few updates.
Further it seems that there is now a community edition of this software created with more frequent bug fixes http://cinelerra-cv.org/ this project takes the code from the Heroine Virtual Ltd. company and adds a few patches and attempt to provide community support http://cinelerra-cv.org/about.php
As if two versions of software were not enough to track, there was also a fork several years ago named Lumera which is in pre-alpha.
- Perhaps I have read things incorrectly, maybe there are 3 main projects at work. http://cinelerra.org/2015/index.php/2014-11-19-00-57-12/cinelerra states "We at Cinelerra.Org have converged the best of Heroine Virtual and CV (Community Version) in one single release." which kind of suggests there is a Heroine Virtual, CV and Cinelerra.Org version. TafThorne (talk) 04:59, 8 June 2015 (EDT)
Weird Starting Link
At the top of the page I can see a link like this http://heroinewarrior.com/cinelerra.php3%2Chttp://sourceforge.net/projects/heroines/
It is malformed and causes a 404 when followed. I cannot work out how to remove it as my last edit attempt to did not alter it. If I view source I cannot spot where the SourceForge link comes from either? TafThorne (talk) 05:07, 8 June 2015 (EDT)
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