On Thu, Jul 23, 2015 at 5:59 AM, yuanhao gong wrote:
> Dear GIMP developers,
> My name is Yuanhao Gong and I did my PhD in image processing in the past
> few years at ETH Zurich.
> During my PhD, I developed some curvature filters that can efficiently
> minimize the Gaussian or mean curvature of images. These filters can smooth
> the image while preserving the edges. The source code and theoretical
> explanation can be found at https://github.com/YuanhaoGong/CurvatureFilter
> I am a user of GIMP and hope that these very useful filters can be included
> in GIMP. Please let me know if someone were interested. Cheers!
Hello, Mr. Gong!
First of all, your results look rather impressive to me.
Please note however that it's only possible to "include" a filter into
the next release of GIMP if the filter is implemented as a GEGL
See http://wiki.gimp.org/wiki/Hacking:Porting_filters_to_GEGL and
http://gegl.org/ fore reference.
If you don't have either time or interest, I do hope that someone will
get involved and make a GEGL port of your filters. I'm sure that will
benefit a lot of users.
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