Martin Nordholts <enselic <at> gmail.com> writes:
> On the developer meeting I got an action to create a draft of a roadmap.
> It can be found here:
> It has has a list of features we prioritize, as well as a list of at
> what GIMP release we expect features to be available.
> It is quite influenced by my personal opinions of what we should
> prioritize, please take a look and add things you miss. If you disagree
> on priorities, please bring it up here so we can discuss it and reach
> / Martin
Congrats! this is a much-needed step.
Can I ask what "non-destructive editing" is? According to Adobe, this includes:
* Color adjustment layers (such as levels, hue/saturation, threshold, etc)
* filter layers (such as blur, sharpen, emboss, etc)
* smart objects (i.e., ability to scale / rotate a layer as a single object,
without changing its pixel data)
Maybe this could be expanded upon and prioritized.
I also have a couple of suggestions for things to put on the roadmap:
* change the floating selection behavior so that float and un-float can
be automatic and not need user's explicit input.
* Automate layer boundary management so that the user can draw on any point
at any time and not worry about increasing the boundary
* unified transform tool (I remember seeing plans for that last item on
Peter sikking's Blog)
So, what do people here think? I believe all three are essential in making
GIMP a faster and more hassle free tool. I can expand on these subjects if
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