I liked the PDF version, nice structure. Assuming the functions are the same, etc., why can't be incorporate it? I don't understand the length argument. It always comes down to " we are just a manual and a reference, not a book". But then, the script-fu chapter should be two lines: a link to Scheme language reference and "read function comments to learn what they do". I like that the tutorial addresses the object model of GIMP - image/drawable, etc. That's what we need. As to who will incorporate, I don't know.
2012/1/24 Kolbjørn Stuestøl <kolbjo...@stuestoel.no> > > I am impressed. Although I only have read the tutorials without trying to > write the scripts. The tutorials are well written. The examples will be of > good use to many GIMP users I think. > > I think this tutorial should be accessible in some way to the users taking > interests in using scrips. Perhaps this tutorial is too long to be > incorporated as a part of the documentation. May be a cropped version with > links to full version would be a solution? > I assume that the script functions will be available and unchanged in the > v 2.8. > Somebody take the challenge and writes the tutorials in "GIMP > documentation style"? > Kolbjoern > > > Den 23.01.2012 16:51, skreiv Stephen Kiel: > > Hello, >> >> I really appreciate the help documentation and the Gimp application in >> general. I thought it would be good for me to try to give something back. I >> focused on something that I struggled with, scripting with script-fu. I >> found that a lot of the help didn't quite get me to where I wanted to go. I >> thought about how I would improve the documentation to tell the story a >> better, and I felt that for me it was easier to just start with a clean >> sheet and lay it out. >> >> I would like to offer my take on a Gimp Scripting tutorial for use as >> part of the Gimp documentation. You may use all of, part of, or none of it >> as you see fit. It is my hope that this can benefit others, but I have no >> other forum or place to post this tutorial. You or we can make what ever >> modifications to the code examples or text to make the explanation clearer >> or add any copyright required for release with Gimp. >> >> The tutorial is under my spideroak share at: >> https://spideroak.com/browse/**share/Stephen_Kiel_Pictures/**tutorial<https://spideroak.com/browse/share/Stephen_Kiel_Pictures/tutorial> >> The "RoomKey" is tutorial >> >> The files in this share are: >> > … > ______________________________**_________________ > gimp-docs-list mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/**listinfo/gimp-docs-list<http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gimp-docs-list> >
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