On 11/14/2014 04:56 AM, Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:
On Fri, Nov 14, 2014 at 6:03 AM, billn wrote:
BABL has been on the drawing board since 2008? 6 years and still not a no go for
a stable Gimp 2.10 release. Changing Gimp license may be faster than waiting
another 3-5 years for a stable BABL so Gimp can use better open source tools.
Are you suggesting that relicensing babl would somehow magically right
all wrongs? :) How?
I *think* Bill N might think that forking babl would mean that GIMP
development could switch to a "release early and often" approach to
future development. I think that's the difference between OpenOffice and
LibreOffice that he's pointed to.
People who don't make a habit of reading the babl/GEGL/GIMP git logs on
a regular basis might not realize what a huge amount of coding effort
has gone into the conversion to a geglified GIMP. It's not a matter of
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