On Wed, Mar 23, 2016 at 5:00 PM, Joao S. O. Bueno wrote:

> Actually one could talk about stuff since the last stable release -
> that is too much -
> but not everyone will have in mind the changes already done in GIMP
> since 2.8 was out.
> So maybe, one slide to talk about the greatest changes (color depth,
> GEGL plug-ins, etc... ) and the others
> to emphasize changes since the last LGM.

Changes in 2015:

http://www.gimp.org/news/2015/12/31/2015-report/, minus the things
between January 1, 2015, and the beginning of LGM 2015:

- PSD support improvements
- MyPaint brush support
- resurrection of intelligent scissors tool
- new experimental handle transform tool
- the merging of experimental n-point deformation tool
- new 'File -> Copy Image Location' and "Show in File Manager' commands
- PFM file format support

What's new in the first 2.9.x release:


What's new since 2.9.2:

- a variety of UI themes: both dark, grey, and light
- icon themes, including a symbolic theme (dark and light versions)
- painting symmetry for all painting tools
-  'Select -> Flood' command to remove small unselected areas inside a
larger selection
- Fuzzy Select and Bucket Fill tools now have Diagonal Neighbors
option (tools then consider diagonally neighboring pixels as connected
when calculating the area to select or fill)
- MyPaint brush tool now fast enough and hence enabled by default,
supports the tagging of brushes (and reads tags from MyPaint brushes)
- color management for greyscale images
- various improvements in the handling of GEGL-based filters (e.g.

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