Last weekend, we released a new version of GEGL, graph based image processing framework used by GIMP and other free/libre graphics applications.
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.
On April 15—18, Libre Graphics Meeting 2016 conference is taking place in London. We invite you to attend it and meet developers of free graphics software, lead a workshop, or participate in one.
We are excited to announce the first development release of GIMP in the 2.9.x series. It is another major milestone towards making GIMP a state-of-the art image editing application for graphic designers, photographers, illustrators, and scientists.
During Libre Graphics Meeting 2015 last week in Toronto our very own Jehan Pagès announced a new open animated movie project, ZeMarmot.
Before you leave for the holidays, we thought you’d like an overview of what we did this year to improve GIMP for you.
Most of the time was spent on improving the GEGL-based version of GIMP (to be released as v2.10) and porting GIMP plugins to GEGL ...
We just released GIMP 2.8.10 ! This is a release in the stable GIMP 2.8 series. This release fixes a bug that prevented older GIMP versions from running on OS X Mavericks. We also did some small adjustments to the Save/Export code in order to make things ...