JC Dill wrote:
> I can hardly be expected to know about something that hasn't been
> incorporated, or has just recently been incorporated but not widely
> announced. As I said - I'm a "potential Gimp user". I tried it several
> years ago, and I am subscribed to this list to stay abreast with the
> changes that are discussed on this list. I don't currently have it
> installed. Like millions of other potential Gimp users, I don't have
> time to install and test it every time you release a new version to see
> if it's "ready for prime time" yet. Rather than try to convince me it's
> great (while you also admit you are "just beginning" to incorporate
> needed changes as a result of a usability evaluation), it would be nice
> if you would just admit that it still needs a lot of work, and that you
> will let the user (and potential user) community know when you have
> actually done the work to make it easier to use for non-programmers.
Troll back to Photoshop please.
I for one, appreciate the work the GIMP developers have done and
continue to do on this wonderful application. JC, you just doesn't get
it. I guess you missed the reference to the fact that ALL the work put
into GIMP is done by the developers on their time.
Until later, Geoffrey
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