Joshua Facemyer / Impressus Art wrote:
Joshua A. Andler wrote:
> The website:
> Realistically, we should probably have 2 or 3 volunteers that will agree
> to submit at least 1 news item per month. Bryce shouldn't be the only
> one. ;) It seems like it should be a fairly minimal commitment.
I've been planning on helping with this, I guess now's a good time to
Great to hear!
I've just reviewed website editing on the wiki - anything else I
Not really. Perhaps for now, submitting news blurbs to Bryce (as he
mentioned) is a good way to get rolling with it.
Also, are there any standards for what is considered Inkscape news?
Well, it involving Inkscape is a good start. ;) Honestly, if you see any
inkscape related articles anywhere, anything interesting going on in
inkscape development, etc.
Finally, if anyone is interested in passing an idea along to me,
happy to write it up and post it.
I have a few. Quickly though, to address your question to Bulia. Writing
a summary about any of the new features he implemented is good, but
copying from the release notes isn't the way to achieve it... that's
partly due to you being able to directly link to that part of the
release notes. :)
I'd say the new color modification with click-dragging is news worthy,
the refinements to the gradient tool are news worthy, and honestly there
is a ton of stuff that hasn't been touched on via the website. If you've
followed development, I'm sure you have your own list going.
As I mentioned earlier, I plan on doing up a summary of the persistent
undo work going on. Additionally, today we got official word that we
will have a booth at SCaLE again this year, so I will write up an
announcement on that as well.