Articles by Alexandre Prokoudine

GIMP 2.9.6 Released

After more than a year of hard work we are excited to release GIMP 2.9.6 featuring many improvements, some new features, translation updates for 23 languages, and 204 bug fixes.


GIMP 2.10 blockers and the road to 3.0

During Wilber Week 2017 in Barcelona, the GEGL/GIMP team discussed further development plans.


WilberWeek 2017

On January 27 - February 5, the team is meeting in Barcelona for WilberWeek—a week of project planning and vicious hacking.


Community-supported development of GEGL now live

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.


2016 in review

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?


Making settings persistent in GIMP

Until fairly recently GIMP didn’t do a very good job of remembering all the types of possible customizations. Upcoming v2.10 has some major improvements in that department.


GEGL 0.3.8 and babl 0.1.18 Released

New version of GEGL and babl are out with new features, minor improvements, and fixes to accomodate upcoming GIMP 2.9.4.


Call for GIMP 2.10 Documentation Update

For the past several months we’ve been working on GIMP mostly in the bugfix mode. It’s time to start updating the user manual for the upcoming release.


GEGL 0.3.6 Released

Last weekend, we released a new version of GEGL, graph based image processing framework used by GIMP and other free/libre graphics applications.


StreamComputing launches GEGL-OpenCL project

This week, StreamComputing launches an educational initiative that aims to get more developers to study and use OpenCL in their projects. Within this project, up to 20 collaborators will port as many GEGL operations to OpenCL as possible.


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