Christoph Rauch ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> Simon Budig schrieb:
> > At www.gimp.de people post about "how to make red t-shirts yellow"
> > or "do I need a screen resolution of 1024x768 for Gimp with windows
> > or is 800x600 sufficient?" and I dont want this kind of messages at
> > the most important Gimp Resource. Good tutorials are waaaaaaaaayyyyyy(!)
> > more important.
> You are of course right. But why not comment on tutorials, plugins, docs?
Because the benefit from commenting a (well written) tutorial is probably
not worth the additional effort to implement the commenting functionality -
aside from discussions about the right system (Squishdot, Slashcode etc.pp.).
It is hard enough to agree on a system for the actual content.
Feedback to the author of the tutorial is a better idea (because he
can fix the tutorial) and is way easier to implement.
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