Community member Chris takes the time to assemble an awesome calendar based on results from several of our Play Raw posts throughout the year.
Remember you can download the raw files for any of these images to practice with as well!
I made a website for the Libre Graphics Meeting 2019 in Saarbrücken, Germany next year!
It's not the official site - they went a different direction, but I figured rather than letting the design languish I would at least share it...
GIMP 2.10.8 Released!
There's already macOS binaries, and Windows binaries are following soon! Congratulations to an awesome @GIMP team for the release.
Just have released last week's highlights: cryptomatte support in Blender, new QGIS release with 3D and animation features, feature freeze in FreeCAD, 3mf support in OpenSCAD, upcoming Flowblade 2.0 and Pitivi 1.0 releases, and more.
One interesting thing I probably should have mentioned is the meeting of FreeCAD and BRL-CAD developers where they discussed possible integration between the two projects, up to having BRL-CAD modeling tools as a FreeCAD workbench.
From my friend Morgan, this ridiculously pretty light and colors on a mushroom in Sweden...
Woohoo! New digiKam 6.0.0 Beta 2 released! Read more on their announcement:
"ƒ/8 and be there" == old-school "auto-exposure" mode to photographers. At least, I think so.
Come check out or share any fun tips you wish others knew when shooting photographs!
I'm not happy with how the Wil Wheaton situation was resolved. An admin was overwhelmed with frivolous reports about him and felt forced to exile him. I've said before that I think it sets a dangerous precedent on how a large group of people can mobilize to drive anyone off the fediverse. Mob rule is universally dangerous: Mods and admins must examine evidence and decide based on wrongdoing and danger, and not on how many times someone was reported.
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