Bluefish 2.2.0 is a new major release and the start for the 2.2 series. Under the hood Bluefish 2.2.0 has a massive number of changes: Bluefish now works with gtk-3 (gtk-2 is still supported), and the syntax scanner had a major overhaul to make it faster, which is especially noticeable when working on large files.
Next to all the new features many existing features have been improved and polished. Furthermore support for new languages has been added, such as Google Go, D, Vala and Ada.
I created an introduction movie using the built in screen recording option of the gnome 3 shell, which has no sound recording. I recorded my voice with audacity and tried to merge them both with pitivi. Pitivi just hanged at rendering 98% no matter what I tried. Then I switched to openshot, which crashed a few times but it did render my video. Unfortunatelythe result was bigger than the original video and sound files, with worse video quality. Anyway, you can see the result on youtube:
p.s. the 2.2.1 release of Bluefish will have a zen-coding plugin!