Recent News

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.

SourceForge, What the…?

We are receiving reports that people who get to SourceForge for GIMP installers for Windows receive small installers that include additional software.

ZeMarmot, Libre Movie to be Made with GIMP, Blender, Ardour

During Libre Graphics Meeting 2015 last week in Toronto our very own Jehan Pagès announced a new open animated movie project, ZeMarmot.

Libre Graphics Meeting 2015

Two months to go till Libre Graphics Meeting 2015 happens in Toronto, Canada. This conference is a great place to meet the people who make and use free and open source graphics software. — R.I.P.

We noticed that, once the host of GIMP tutorials, has been abandoned by its original owner and is redirecting visitors to some very suspicious downloads—don’t go there.

GIMP and GEGL in 2014

In 2014, we spent most of the time on improving GIMP’s usability and finalizing the GEGL port of GIMP to lay the foundation for various advanced features in demand by professionals.

The Price of Being Popular

When software is popular, then there are elements out there who seek to profit from it by less ethical means. GIMP is being attacked in that manner as well.

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