Oct16
Krita at the University of La Plata
Sebastian Labi ha sido invitado para presentar Krita en el Laboratorio de herramientas de software libre de la Universidad de La Plata. Hablará sobre ilustración digital y usará Krita para dar una demostración de cómo usar Krita para el campo de la Ilustración Digital. El SLAD- FBA (Software libre para Arte y diseño) es una […]
Oct15
And so the Fundraiser Ends
Yesterday was the last day of the developers sprint^Wmarathon, and the last day of the fundraiser. We’re all good and knackered here, but the fundraiser ended at a very respectable 26,426 euros! That’s really awesome, thanks everybody! We’ve already updated the about box for Krita 4.2 with the names or nicknames of everyone who wanted […]
Oct14
The Last Day of the Krita Sprint and the Last Day of the Krita Fundraiser
We fully intended to make a post every day to keep everyone posted on what’s happening here in sunny Deventer, the Netherlands. And that failed because we were just too busy! I’m triaging bugs even as I’m working on this post, too! We are on track to have fixed about a hundred bugs during this […]
Oct11
Krita 4.1.5 Released
Coming hot on the heels of Krita 4.1.3, which had an unfortunate accident to the TIFF plugin, we’re releasing Krita 4.1.5 today! There’s a lot more than just that fix, though, since we’re currently celebrating the last week of the Krita Fundraiser by having a very productive development sprint in Deventer, the Netherlands. There are […]
Oct8
Krita October Sprint Day 1
On Saturday, the first people started to arrive for this autumn’s Krita development sprint. It’s also the last week of the fundraiser: we’re almost at 5 months of bug fixing funded! All in all, 8 people are here: Boudewijn, the maintainer, Dmitry, whose work is being sponsored by the Krita Foundation through this fundraiser, Wolthera, […]
Oct4
Looking forward to Krita 4.2!
Everyone is hard at work, and what will become Krita 4.2 is taking shape already. Today we’re presenting a preview of Krita 4.2. It’s not complete yet, and there ARE bugs. More than in the stable release (we’ll be doing a 4.1.4 after all next week to clear up some more bugs…), and some might […]
Oct1
Updated Vote Tally!
And here’s an update on voting! We’re almost at 15,000 euros now, or more than four months of solid work. And this what it looks like you want us to work on! 1 – Papercuts 139 2 – Brush Engines 82 3 – Animation 68 6 – Vector Objects and Tools 44 5 – Layers […]
Sep27
Krita 4.1.3 Released
Today we’re releasing the latest version of Krita! In the middle of our 2018 fundraiser campaign, we’ve found the time to prepare Krita 4.1.3. There are about a hundred fixes, so it’s a pretty important release and we urge everyone to update! Please join the 2018 fundraiser as well, so we can continue to fix […]
Sep20
Let’s Tally Some Votes!
We’re about a week into the campaign, and almost 9000 euros along the path to bug fixing. So we decided to do some preliminary vote tallying! And share the results with you all, of course! On top is Papercuts, with 84 votes. Is that because it’s the default choice? Or because you are telling us […]
Sep18
Let’s take this bug, for example…
Krita’s 2018 fund raiser is all about fixing bugs! And we’re fixing bugs already. So, let’s take a non-technical look at a bug Dmitry fixed yesterday. This is the bug: “key sequence ctrl+w ambiguous with photoshop compatible bindings set” And this is the fix. So, we actually both started looking at the bug at the […]

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