On 6/9/10, LightningIsMyName wrote: > I think that we can learn a bit from the inkscape website about this - > they update the main page even when it's not to announce about the > release of some XXX stuff. They update the website to inform about > confrences (LGM, SVG Open), about the current status of the project > (we completed XXX, and XXX bugs remain to the next version), and about > major events like Google summer of code (We haven't even announced on > the main website that we are looking for students!).
Thank you :) I offered same service to GIMP team once the new website is ready for news submission. I've been writing a weekly review of changes in Git for gimp.ru anyway since December, so it's not any kind of a burden. > For those of you who know the Blender project, and the BlenderNation > website, I do believe that we need some sort of blog/new site which > are connected one to the other. http://layers.gimp.org used to be GIMP developers blog planet. It wasn't much alive back in the days when it was working, but it's up to us, no? :) P.S. Should we switch the thread to gimp-web@ only? Alexandre Prokoudine http://libregraphicsworld.org _______________________________________________ Gimp-developer mailing list Gimp-developer@lists.XCF.Berkeley.EDU https://lists.XCF.Berkeley.EDU/mailman/listinfo/gimp-developer