On Monday 14 August 2006 04:17 pm, Sven Neumann wrote:
> Hi,
> I have opened a bug report on what I believe to be the remaining
> issues with gimp-python:
> http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=351287
> Even though I said earlier that's it's perhaps too late for adding
> i18n support, I feel now that we absolutely need to do this if we
> want to install any Python plug-ins by default.
> But still, if i18n support is added, the usefulness of the plug-ins
> should be reviewed and only the plug-ins that are considered useful
> should be installed and have their strings marked for translation
> (and reviewed).
> Sven

Hi Sven - 
thank you for getting to this. 

I am rather busy these days, but I will dig into it as soon as I have 
some time to the GIMP. I that is too late to 2.4 - well, thats is 

And in fact, even very simple scripts can be more usefull than the 
ones that ship by default, and at once be so simple taht could 
encourage more people to give a try at editing then. 
(center layer, apply a filter varying its parameters in a sequence o 
vertical slices of an image, and so on).

Lets see what we all can come up with.

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