Shotcut is a free, open source, cross-platform video editor. Can capture from live media devices (including JACK and PulseAudio) as well as edit media streams. Tries to have a very easy to use UI; UI can be reconfigured to optimize for the kinds of tasks you want to accomplish.
An an easy to use, quick to learn, and surprisingly powerful video editor. Designed to be simple to use yet powerful enough to accomplish some fairly complex tasks. Edit video, edit audio, import images, basic rendered effects. Does background editing and chroma-keying.
In the default Arch Linux package repos.
Another Jabber client for the Linux desktop. Gnome-aware but does not require Gnome. Supports multiple accounts.
A list of active and running Peertube instances. Seems to be kept up to date by monitoring the fediverse.
Rips mms:// streams to files on your hard drive.
A utility which analyzes DVB video streams in realtime.
Homepage of the PLA. Fun stuff, here!
Everyone's favorite t-shirts from the 80's.
An open-source utility for Linux that uses an attached webcam to seed the kernel's random number generator for cryptographic purposes.
A wiki dedicated to the art of contact juggling.
A wiki dealing with television watching and recording using Linux and F/OSS software.
A proof-of-concept utility which allows DoS attacks against IP videophones by sampling RTP sequencing information and using it to inject frames from an arbitrary video stream into the conversation. Can also interact with the audio component of such a call.
How to tie a necktie using an Ediety, or Merovingian Knot. Pretty nifty.
Open source media management and playback software to build your own set top box.
Speedruns are when an experienced gamer tries to sprint through a video game as fast as possible without dying. The goal is rarely to avoid damage (in fact, strategic damage is often necessary) but to successfully complete the game in one go. Some are extremely short (a few minutes) while others are a significant fraction of the usual playing time