OpenShot, the leading (currently) open source video editing package for Linux has reached the halfway point in its Kickstarter campaign today. OpenShot, which seeks 20k in funding to release upcoming versions of its software for Windows and Mac, has crossed the 10k threshold and is inching towards 11k. And with 22 days left to go in their campaign, it seems like they might cross the finish line early. So, why does a program that uses cross-platform libraries and written in C++ need 20k in order to exist on Windows and Mac? Jonathon explains some of the challenges in the Kickstarter campaign.