Monthly Archives: July 2008

Darkroom 1.1

Since I got postitive feedbacks about Darkroom, and my interest for RAW images has pick-up while playing with my camera. My interest for developing further Darkroom has considerabely increase. And I guess it’s an other example of how much good … Continue reading

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Darkroom 1.0 and Import Raw in Krita

It all started on Friday when I had a look at the pictures I took in Berlin, during the KDE-Bindings meeting and on my way to the airport in the city center. I found them incredibly noisy, my digital camera … Continue reading

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Howto: fun blog entry while stabilizing software

Boudewijn just mentioned that KOffice was entering soft-freeze and that it would mean more boring blog entries while we work on stabilizing KOffice. Well I must disagree with that, I usually find the most annoying bugs while preparing blog entry, … Continue reading

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Kross/KDEBindings Meeting in Berlin : Day 3

It is now the last day of the meeting. Somehow, Aleix managed to convince Thomas and me to try KDevelop4, I must say I am impressed by the new version, I have been a KDevelop3 user for years, but mostly … Continue reading

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Kross/KDEBindings Meeting in Berlin : Day 2

So this is the second day of the meeting. Today, we were supposed to speak of the big problem of documentation and examples for bindings, which are truly needed to attract people to use the bindings, but somehow we got … Continue reading

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Kross/KDEBindings Meeting in Berlin : Day 1

This week-end, I am attending the Kross/KDEBindings meeting at the KDAB office in Berlin, organized by Thomas Moenicke (working on PHP bindings), with Mauro Iazzi (working on LUA bindings), Sebastian Sauer (main author of Kross), Arno Rehn (working on Smoke … Continue reading

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