At the meeting today, Martin raised a point about improving the
diversity of the board. Since we did not have full attendance I took
the action to start a thread on the mailing list, so we can all discuss
it prior to making any tangible proposals.
Hopefully a recording of today's meeting is captured and available
somewhere for Josh and Ted to review.
The two points that would need worked out is first identifying a plan
for recruiting for the diversity we wish to gain, and second making room
on the board for new members. Let's hear everyone's thoughts and
opinions on both matters.
Inkscape 1.0.1 is now released.
You can download it at:
then, if you want to support Inkscape, donate to the project at:
Inkscape 1.0.1 is mainly a stability and bugfix release. It also comes
with a few new features that hadn't been stable enough to make it into
* Selectors/CSS dialog is now available
* Experimental color-managed PDF export through Scribus
* Many crash fixes and bugs fixed
Join an Inkscape project team
Inkscape is always happy to welcome new contributors in various areas:
code, docs, translation, UX, bug triaging, or even outreach!
The main ways to get involved are listed on https://inkscape.org/contribute/
and you can get in touch with us on https://chat.inkscape.org/
Thanks to everyone involved in this release!
The Inkscape team
On Mon, 2020-08-31 at 23:40 +0200, Thomas Holder wrote:
> Is this the same calendar that I have subscribed to with Google
> Calendar now? It shows tomorrow's meeting at 5pm CET. Calendar with
> wrong timezone kind of defeats the purpose :-/ It shows the timezone
> as "(GMT+02:00) Central European Time - Paris" and I can't change it
I tested google, evolution, korganiser and an online ical tester. All
show the ical in UTC and the correct 9AM start time for EST. Not sure
what's happened when you added the ical into google, did it pick up
that it was UTC in the settings? (should be automatic)
Software wise: This is off the self components. Not an implementation
ourselves. 200 lines of mostly boiler plate python to wire standard
modules together and some html templates so it looks like something. I
created this in one day, I'm an amazing programmer, but I'm not Scotty.
Best Regards, Martin Owens