GIMP has moved to new Gitlab-based infrastructure provided by GNOME.
Almost every new major feature people have been asking us for, be it high bit depth support, or full CMYK support, or layer effects, would be impossible without having a robust, capable image processing core. You can help us fund further development of GEGL now.
When we released GIMP 2.9.2 in late 2015 and stepped over into 2016, we already knew that we’d be doing mostly polishing. This turned out to be true to a larger extent, but quite a few new features slipped in. So, what are the big changes for GIMP in 2016?
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