I agree about scientific imaging, and it might be a good place to consider
possibly including talking about some other plugins?
I also am not sure what we might need screenshots for initially, but I can
understand where it might be helpful/useful/interesting for newcomers that
have no idea what things might look like. (I personally find it strange, as
with free software the only thing stopping you from _seeing_ the software
is actually installing it, as opposed to something you'd have to purchase
to actually see).
My thought at the moment is this:
1. Just under the news/intro section, and before the "HQ Photo" section, to
include a new section with a nice big view of (single window mode?) a
workspace. Possibly with a link/text that leads to the screenshots (or
feature) page. (assuming we keep a screenshots page - which seems like
folks may want).
2. A single Features page with an overview of various grouped features we
want to highlight.
3. A features page that coincides with each of the core values sections,
that looks at or highlights tools specific to those workflows. These
sections are all workflow oriented vs. general feature overviews.
On Sat, Nov 28, 2015 at 6:11 PM Alexandre Prokoudine <
> On Sat, Nov 28, 2015 at 6:45 PM, Pat David wrote:
> > 1. Features
> > 2. HQ Photo Features
> > 3. Art Creation Features
> > 4. Graphic Design Features
> > 5. Programming/Extensibility Features (Algos?)
> I'd probably throw scientific imaging in the mix, although some
> relevant features are only available as 3rd party plugins/scripts.
> > The old screenshots page was ported over with the old site content:
> > http://www.gimp.org/screenshots/
> > I have a few more to add thanks to Alex. Does this page still look ok to
> > everyone? Are there other screenshots or views that we can (should)
> > Please consider either listing them here, or even better, attaching them!
> Actually, I'm struggling to understand why a dedicated screenshots
> page should exist.
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