I would still love to have such an image/page for the website! We still get
users in forums who don't know the difference, and it takes time to explain it.
So if we had an image which conveys the main points visually, it would save us
time to just refer them to the image.
Although looking back at the gitlab issue
) it would appear I'm the
only one who really is interested.
You'd be welcome to show us an image, if you've made one, or want to make one.
Of course I don't know how the rest of the website team (which might be called
the Vectors team now, I'm a little confused about that) feels about it. But I
can't think of any reason not to use it, if it meets all the needs.
I can't help with getting you familiar with the source code, but whatever you
need, just ask, and others can help. Did you find this page on the website yet?
From: Antoine Vanderschueren
Sent: Saturday, October 20, 2018 6:28 AM
Subject: [Inkscape-docs] Vector vs Bitmap page
I'm a Belgian CS-student at the UCLouvain and for our open-source course we're
asked to contribute to such a project.
While I'm figuring out how the source code is put together, I'd love to help
make a webpage explaining the differences between vector graphics and bitmap
graphics (as requested here: https://inkscape.org/contribute/to-do-list/
Since the Github issue is stale I wondered if this was still necessary.
Thanks in advance,
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