A new 2.9.8 release of @GIMP is now available (windows and macOS builds to follow)!
Have a look at some of the great new features (on-canvas gradient editing, clip warning, wayland support, paste in place, and more)!
It's a bit ironic that it's much easier to install a lot of the FOSS graohics tools and the dev versions of all on Windows and macOS than it is on Linux. 😐
Hopefully that will change soon.
(I wonder if we should start a thread on the forum about it and ask people to help out?)
@garrett @patdavid @GIMP
I don't think flatpak is a solution, there are major issues with that approach and I recommend checking two things to get better idea:
Talk at GUADEC by openSUSE chairman Richard Brown https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPr--u4n8Xo
And this blog post about importance of distribution maintainers:
- Darktable with support for my cameras's raw files (currently only available in source)
- unstable Gimp, as it supports high bit depth, etc.
- Rapid Downloader Pro
You can't, because they don't exist. So I have to try compile things from source. Flatpak would solve it.
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