Dave Neary <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
For what it's worth, I do not have any problem with nice, but out of date, screenshots being on www.gimp.org - for example, we had a lot of screenshots from the 1.1 series on www.gimp.org before the migration. In fact, devel screenshots are a great way to get people building the HEAD.
I don't know when it became policy to only have screenshot from stable versions on wgo - but I'm against that policy.
We discussed this before doing switching to the new web-site. IMO it is essential that tutorials and screenshots on www.gimp.org consistently show the current stable version since that's what the site is all about.
I disagree. I think that www.gimp.org is a site for GIMP users, and that includes bleeding edge users. developer.gimp.org is a site for GIMP developers, at least that was my understanding of the motivation behind it.
The screenshot section on developer.gimp.org exists exactly for the purpose of getting people to build the HEAD branch. IMHO the screenshot section on www.gimp.org should have a link to the development screenshots but it should show the stable version only.
If I'm correct above, what you are saying is that the HEAD branch is only for developers, which I disagree with. If this isn't what you're saying then I misunderstood the reason for the creation of dgo.
-- Dave Neary [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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