On Thu, Jun 20, 2013 at 10:29 PM, Stephen Kiel wrote: > Gimp Doc Guys, > > One of the listed methods to contribute to the Gimp project, listed on the > website, is to write a tutorial. I tried sending in a tutorial for basic > scripting (it was probably too long) about a year and a half ago. I did not > hear back, but since the scripting tutorial did make some improvements I > hope that it did have some positive contribution.
Eeek, I completely missed that. Do you think you could reupload it? The link isn't working anymore. Or does the new series supercede it? > I did have another area where I thought that a few tutorials might be of > interest and helpful to others, and that is in the area of Automation. This > is an area that is nearer to my interests anyway (closer to my career > interests). I think Gimp is unique in its capability as a platform for > automating the image editing process. I am talking about Automating the > process of custom edits not just using an "I feel lucky" button on a photo > manager. > > I think there is room in the area of automation for a couple of tutorials, I > wrote up an example for one (importing a directory of images / jpg -> xcf). > I think other tutorials could cover reading & writing parasites, parasites > as flow control variables, how to build & execute a recipe / process / flow. > I touched on these possibilities in the included file "Introduction". > > Anyway, here is my dilemma. I would be happy to write a draft for tutorials > on some or all of these topics, or better yet, co-author them with a > member(s) of the gimp-doc team. I have no where to publish a tutorial, and > it seems pointless to write something that no one will read. > > Take a look at the attached documents and scripts. Let me know if this idea > is something that sounds interesting. The *.odt format files are open office > writer format. I think it's useful. Automating could be a dedicated section. We can host that on gimp.org. There's another person currently interested in contributing tutorials, so it looks like we are getting a team for ourselves :) Alexandre Prokoudine http://libregraphicsworld.org _______________________________________________ gimp-web-list mailing list email@example.com https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gimp-web-list