I'm deliberately replying on-list again in case you accidentally
removed gimp-web@, especially since you do want Pat to read your
emails :)

Development page has not been updated in a long time indeed, but it
doesn't really mean much. We maintain the wiki which currently has
information for new developers. We will have to think about porting
the Development section of the website to the new instance.

Patrick David is the primary person in charge of the new website, he
knows more than anyone else what kind of help he needs.


On Wed, Aug 19, 2015 at 5:51 PM, John Roper <> wrote:
> I would love to help. I just looked at the development projects page and saw
> that it said that it hadn't been updated since 2013 and that there had not
> been any releases in a long time. I was just trying to get a feel of what
> the situation was with the project. What can I do to help with the website
> work?
> On Wed, Aug 19, 2015 at 10:47 AM, Alexandre Prokoudine
> <> wrote:
>> On Wed, Aug 19, 2015 at 5:40 PM, John Roper wrote:
>> > No, this is not a prank. I just like gimp and want to help the project.
>> > check out my work at
>> In general, while contributions are more than just welcome, coming out
>> of blue and trying to claim leadership of the project is not exactly
>> the best way to make a good impression. Especially if one doesn't even
>> look at what's going on in source code repository or ask about current
>> development priorities. Personally, I would never work with/under such
>> a leader.
>> Now, as Dustin already mentioned, work on the new website is well
>> underway. If you are willing to help with that, personally I would be
>> very grateful to you. But pretty please talk to us before rushing to
>> conclusions.
>> Alex
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