Community member Anna is organizing our very first virtual meetup with presentations from some awesome people! Save the date December 5 @ 1800UTC!

More details here:

Hopefully a regular occurrence!

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The website was ported to the Hugo framework, making it faster to load and translatable. You can help with the effort of translating it by getting involved with the translations teams:

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@carl @kde @patdavid thank you, Carl! The KDE web properties have been steadily improving, just as KDE/plasma itself. Fantastic work.

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@paperdigits @kde @patdavid There is now 4 websites using Hugo in KDE, Digikam,, and and many more using Jekyll. Thanks for your work on the Digikam website it looks really nice.

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I'm pretty sure @kde saw how awesome the website that @patdavid and I ported to was, and said "wow these two are brilliant, we'd better follow suit for at large!"

JK... Maybe?!?

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@patdavid Lua is not an abbreviation, it's Portugese for Moon. no need for full caps.

@grainloom Aha, thank you for that! (It's even in the logo - I am not a smart man.)

Why won't the devs implement my feature or fix my bug?

From community member Bill Ferguson - darktable hacker and LUA dev on the human beings behind your favorite FOSS projects and resource limitations.

@wasamasa @widp I honestly have no idea what that other toot was about... :)

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Episode 49 is here and it's a good one! Listen to @patdavid and I talk about PIXLS.US, his work with GNU Image Manipulation Program, and a whole host of other topics around creative work and Free Software.
#podcast #artwithopensource #mastoart

Just released: DtLapse by @jchnkl for creating smooth timelapse videos from photos with @darktable_org! An alternative for something like LRTimelapse. Check it out:

Take one determined @paperdigits and the will to professionally alter his Fuji XT-20 to block everything below 590nm and voila! Alien Joshua trees in the SoCal desert! Processed in darktable

see more:

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Using G'MIC and GIMP to create moving photographs by community member Scribbleed! A nice little tutorial to play with (come share your results):

Oh, just a casual shot of the M63 galaxy using Siril with *19,000* stacked images by community member Fabrice Faure. '

He discusses workflow a little on the topic:

Another gorgeous from our friend Jonas Wagner
of a ridiculously charmed view from the Alps and the setting sun. Come get the and show us how you'd process this incredible view!

Today's holy crap moment: 'gf' (goto file) to open a file path when editing, and Ctrl-o to go back. mind == blown. Works with Notes in so I can link to all my files easily.

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