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GIMP is 20 Years Old, What’s Next?

GIMP is 20 Years Old, What’s Next?

This week GIMP celebrates its 20th anniversary. There has been a lot of excitement, but there are also some concerns about the project. Some reasonable, difficult questions have to be addressed. The main one is how the project's going to deal with challenges it's been facing for a while. Let's take a look at some of them.

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Anatomy of SourceForge/GIMP controversy

Anatomy of SourceForge/GIMP controversy

SourceForge, once the most popular and respected hosting for free/libre projects, is taking another self-inflicted reputation hit. The recent controversy involving GIMP is all about ethics, while on the SourceForge's side it appears to be about money.

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Is Photoshop for Chrome OS going to kill GIMP?

Is Photoshop for Chrome OS going to kill GIMP?

There are two interesting points that seem to prey on people's minds today: is Project Photoshop Streaming for Chrome OS the first step to Photoshop on Linux? Will it, therefore, threaten GIMP in its own habitat? All good questions, let's dive into this.

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Pitivi’s fundraiser: out of the NLE hell on Linux?

Pitivi’s fundraiser: out of the NLE hell on Linux?

Developers of Pitivi are trying to raise 35,000 euro to complete the stable release of this non-linear video editor. What are the benefits of supporting them?

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Game Development with Blender book giveaway results

Game Development with Blender book giveaway results

We are happy to say that Sebastian got the "Game Development with Blender" book by Dalai Felinto and Mike Pan.

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Commons Machinery: Your Name in the Credits

Commons Machinery: Your Name in the Credits

Creative Commons has brought some order to licensing content for free distribution. But how good is modern software at properly crediting contributors to works of art in music, design, and filmmaking?

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Raving over Adobe Creative Cloud or using free software?

Raving over Adobe Creative Cloud or using free software?

The Internet is buzzing with news from Adobe MAX 2013. How is the switch to subscriptions going to affect the industry and free software? And how does free software stand against upcoming creative cloud apps?

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Document Freedom Day and missing interoperability opportunities

Document Freedom Day and missing interoperability opportunities

On March 27 Free Software Foundation Europe was celebrating information accessibility and raising awareness of open standards by running Document Freedom Day. But how well does free software perform there?

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Best commercials created with Blender in 2012

Best commercials created with Blender in 2012

Some people are wondering, where the finished work with Blender is. Libre Graphics World cooked up a list of 7 best commercials created with Blender in 2012.

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Holiday giveaway and Blender survey results

Holiday giveaway and Blender survey results

The results of our little Blender survey are quite interesting, and we can also announce who stood against The Randomizer to win the "Mastering Blender" book by Tony Mullen.


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