My name is Jack Adams and I am currently looking at using kdenlive for our editing studio at Human Rights TV. We currently use Premier Pro 2 but as we are dedicated to open source principles we want to move away from any association with the world of shackled software. I have been searching for an appropriate editing tool and it seems to me that kdenlive provides all I need and I would love to provide feedback and assist in development as our own project grows. everyone involved with Human Rights TV is a volunteer and we train people who have suffered human rights abuse in video production as part of our brief. Currently I am training three individuals in video editing and from 2008 we will be moving that training onto kdenlive. We work in different languages, are cross cultural and are growing at an amazing rate after our success in the pilot project in 2007. I hope this brief introduction will create some interest and I will be happy to communicate with the community on any issue of interest to you regarding what we are doing. All the best for 2008. Jack.
As a post script I thought that you might actually like to see some of the material we are working with, the delivery architecture is under development and should be up and running by 8th Jan but in the meantime you will have to put up with our test bed.
This should give you a good idea of what we are dealing with.