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Aug10
Last Week in Krita — week 31
The most memorable occasion in the past weekend was also a very joyous one: Cyrille Berger were married in Kalix, Sweden! I am sure that every reader will join me in a round of congratulations and wishes for happiness! Cyrille is one of the pillars of Krita, of course, and Hanna has committed to Krita […]
Aug6
Last Two Weeks in Krita — week 29 and 30
A period of relative quiet, when most Google Summer of Code students were busy working on the algorithms for the second part of gsoc project: Marc Pegon on warping, José Luis Vergara on bumpmapping. Boudewijn was in Bangalore hacking on the core architecture of KOffice, Cyrille was still moving and Sven preparing for his exams. […]
Aug6
Last Two Weeks in Krita — week 29 and 30
A period of relative quiet, when most Google Summer of Code students were busy working on the algorithms for the second part of gsoc project: Marc Pegon on warping, José Luis Vergara on bumpmapping. Boudewijn was in Bangalore hacking on the core architecture of KOffice, Cyrille was still moving and Sven preparing for his exams. […]
Jul21
Last Week in Krita — week 28
Sixty-eight commits last week — and thanks to the untiring work of the latest tester to join Krita, Animtim, we’re at 71 bugs. In week 28, the Krita team decided to start using the “Major” category for bugs to determine which bugs will be 2.3 release blockers. The categorization is still fluid, but there is […]
Jul21
Last Week in Krita — week 28
Sixty-eight commits last week — and thanks to the untiring work of the latest tester to join Krita, Animtim, we’re at 71 bugs. In week 28, the Krita team decided to start using the “Major” category for bugs to determine which bugs will be 2.3 release blockers. The categorization is still fluid, but there is […]
Jul15
Krita 2.2.1 released
Today Krita 2.2.1 has been released. There are some useful bug fixes, and if you had installed 2.2.0 in Debian or Kubuntu, you’ll probably have received the update already. As always, for real fun, get on the trunk train!
Jul15
Krita 2.2.1 released
Today Krita 2.2.1 has been released. There are some useful bug fixes, and if you had installed 2.2.0 in Debian or Kubuntu, you’ll probably have received the update already. As always, for real fun, get on the trunk train!
Jul13
Last Week in Krita — Week 27
Week 27 saw about 40 commits to Krita. Especially Sven Langkamp did a lot of cleaning up in our bug list, so we’re at 59 bugs now, despite having received quite a few new reports. Sven’s call for testing did work, but we still need more thorough testing if Krita 2.3 is going to be […]
Jul13
Last Week in Krita — Week 27
Week 27 saw about 40 commits to Krita. Especially Sven Langkamp did a lot of cleaning up in our bug list, so we’re at 59 bugs now, despite having received quite a few new reports. Sven’s call for testing did work, but we still need more thorough testing if Krita 2.3 is going to be […]
Jul4
Last Two Weeks in Krita — week 25 and 26
I’m writing from my hotel room in Tampere, Finland where I am attending Akademy. Soon, Lukáš Tvrdý will be giving his presentation on writing brush engines for Krita. He already put the slides up. Yesterday Lukáš and me discussed the action plan for 2.3 and we arrived at a little recalibration, which should appear on the […]

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