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Tube open movie founders on art, war and Blender

Tube open movie founders on art, war and Blender

Have you noticed the recent fundraising craze? Games and gadgets are incredibly successful objectives, but does it work for art? Apparently it does.

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LV2 from developers’ standpoint

LV2 from developers’ standpoint

When it comes to designing and implementing APIs, hell is often on the verge of breaking loose. LV2, the free API for virtual instruments and audio effects, is no different.

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LV2 1.0 released, what’s next?

LV2 1.0 released, what’s next?

If you are a musician considering a switch to Linux, one of the questions you are likely to ask is what plugins there are to use.

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DIGImend makes low-budget graphic tablets just work on Linux

DIGImend makes low-budget graphic tablets just work on Linux

There are quite a few graphic tablet vendors living in the shade of Wacom. Their devices never had a great support on Linux, if any. But it's about to change.

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Introducing Libre Graphics Research Unit

Introducing Libre Graphics Research Unit

This week the second meeting of Libre Graphics Research Unit is taking place in Brussels. We haven't really introduced you to this new interesting initiative before, and Olivier Saraja volunteered to fix that.

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Some insights on Google Summer of Code

Some insights on Google Summer of Code

Yesterday Google announced Summer of Code 2012 program that will run for the 8th time and attract hundreds of students from around the world to improve free and open source software. We've collected some insights for you.

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Interview with Kaeltyk on Mandelbulber and 3D fractals

Interview with Kaeltyk on Mandelbulber and 3D fractals

I've been meaning to talk to Eric Prevost aka Kaeltyk for a while, because I had been following (and admiring) his work even before he discovered Mandelbulber, a free 3D fractals explorer by Krzysztof Marczak.

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G’MIC gets a Fractalius-like filter, David Tschumperlé answers some questions

G’MIC gets a Fractalius-like filter, David Tschumperlé answers some questions

We haven't covered G'MIC in a while mainly because there were too many releases, and it was difficult to pick one to summarize changes. It's time to talk about G'MIC again.

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OpenOctaveMidi 2011 unveiled, developers talk about the project

OpenOctaveMidi 2011 unveiled, developers talk about the project

Few days ago developers of OpenOctaveMidi, a new/old digital audio workstation for Linux, presented the brand new v2011, the culmination of several years of work.

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Peter Hutterer on the GNOME applet for Wacom tablets

Peter Hutterer on the GNOME applet for Wacom tablets

With better color management support and a new Wacom configuration applet the newly released GNOME 3.2 looks like a solid improvement for us creative folks.

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