Monthly Archives: May 2007

Kalculus 0.5

At the end of last week, I have released version 0.5 of Kalculus, my front-end to some mathematical tools. The new version includes quiet a lot of improvements, notably support for octave and gsl (through the ruby binding), an help … Continue reading

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Faster "Gaussian" Blur and Pyramidal Sharpening

I have still trouble to feel at ease with KDE4 development, and fill the need to develop against a stable environment, so from time to time I do go back to Krita 1.6 and play with it and fill again … Continue reading

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Release of Krita-Plugins 1.6-1

Krita-plugins is now available for downloading here. It includes a slightly improved version of the red-eyer removal tool, and three new filters. Included new plugins Deskew This filter is useful for people who scan a lot of text, as often … Continue reading

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Libre Graphics Meeting 2007 : Day 2

At LGM, even if it’s a not a big conference, at some point, you always need to split yourself in two or three. Designer using Open Source software The second day started by a talk by two designers coming from … Continue reading

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Thanks to Adobe for freeing XMP

I was suggested during last Libre Graphics Meeting edition, that Open Raster should use XMP for it metadata (XMP is the metadata specification that rules them all, exif, iptc… your own metatada specification as well). But until very recently, both … Continue reading

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Libre Graphics Meeting 2007 : Day 1

Lets start this blog entry by the first artwork I did with the upcoming Krita 2: And I must say, the developement version is really starting to be in a good shape, there are still a lot of annoying bug, … Continue reading

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