On 04/13/2016 11:53 PM, Sven Claussner wrote:
On 13.4.2016 at 11:18 PM Elle Stone wrote:
On 04/13/2016 03:16 PM, Sven Claussner wrote:
thank you for your contribution and sorry for not replying earlier.
I didn't have the time yet to read all your lines yet, but how about
pushing your work to separate branches in babl, GEGL and GIMP?
We could review and refine them there and make builds on Jenkins
for testing. When they have matured for integration they should go
then into the master branches.
If you need help with development let us know.
Perhaps someone could set up suitable branches of babl/GEGL/GIMP?
It's best to set them up yourself, because even if we did you'd
had to pull them and apply your patches there.
To get a GNOME Git account just follow this tutorial:
In step 1 'Explanation why you think you should get an account' write
that you need it to contribute to babl, GEGL and GIMP. I cc'ed to Mitch
(or Pippin, too) so he can give his OK on admins request.
I followed the GNOME Git account tutorial and now have a GNOME Git
account that is approved for accessing GIMP. However, I don't see any
mention of babl or GEGL. So I'm guessing that I can't set up "anyrgb"
branches of babl/GEGL/GIMP for testing the code that I've written for
editing using user-chosen colorants. But please let me know if I'm
There has been a obvious lack of response to this thread and to my posts
to https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=737778. So I'll just ask:
Is there any interest in allowing GIMP users to edit in color spaces
other than sRGB? I mean for GIMP 2.10 rather than for "future GIMP"?
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