Recent News

Corrupt Windows Installer Warnings

The Windows installer packages for GIMP 2.8.16 are reported as corrupt when downloaded with the Microsoft Edge or Internet Explorer 11 browsers. This is due to a policy by Microsoft.


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.


Libre Graphics Meeting 2016

Join us April 15-18 at the 11th annual Libre Graphics Meeting being hosted by Westminster School of Media Arts and Design in London, UK! Come and meet developers of free graphics software, participate in a workshop, and collaborate with other visual artists who choose to work in free software.


GIMP and GEGL in 2015

We hope you are having great holidays. Here is our annual report about project activities in 2015.


Libre Graphics Meeting 2016 Calls For Participation

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.


GIMP 2.9.2 Released

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.


20 Years of GIMP, release of GIMP 2.8.16

This week the GIMP project celebrates its 20th anniversary. To celebrate it, we released an update of the current stable version of GIMP.


GEGL 0.3.0, babl 0.1.12 Released

We have just released new versions of GEGL and babl, the libraries that take all the heavy lifting for color space conversion and image processing in GIMP.


GIMP Project’s Official Statement on SourceForge’s Actions

This is the GIMP project’s official statement on SourceForge’s actions in regard to “abandoned” projects on their service.


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