- GE logic editor design proposal was reviewed good so far, Benoit now checks on implementation side of design.
- the iTaSC project now has a final end-user design details wiki page.
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When I was at the Blender Institute a few weeks ago, we didn’t only talk about Peach, Apricot and Durian, but Ton and I also talked about the future of Blender. What are the major changes that are planned for Blender 2.50, and what will happen to Blender in the five years after that?
Ton’s keynote at the Berlinale movie festival is now online. They use a *horrible* flash player (no pause, or scratch functions), and for some people it won’t work. Still, it you get it to work it’s worth your 20 minutes!
The video also contains 30 seconds of Peach – unedited, unfinished sound and with errors in the animation, but still. The Blender Institute has decided NOT to publish this separately and, to be honest, I’m very disappointed by that. The visitors of the Berlinale get to see movie material before we, the community who (partially) financed this project, do.
Update: *ahem* I think we err, killed their streaming server already. Please try again later ;-)
Update 2: I elaborated on my feelings below, in the comments.