Voting for the July #kritachallenge is now open! https://forum.kde.org/viewtopic.php?f=277&t=152731
Thank you, people who asked for krita.org interviews! You should all have your questions now. More artists are always welcome!
Note: because of the problems with spam on freenode, the #krita channel is only available for people with registered nicks. If you need help with something, please use the Krita forum: https://forums.kde.org/krita for support. There are also people hanging out on https://www.reddit.com/r/krita/ who can answer questions. (Or just register a nick on freenode, of course)
This week's development statistics. We worked really hard last week to get our unit tests in some semblance of order, but more work on that is needed. The unstable nightly builds need thorough testing, since Andrey Kamakin has been working hard on the most sensitive part of Krita!
New Pepper&Carrot Episode 26: "Books Are Great" is now published online!
Monday's dev stats! Our very own Dmitry Kazakov was on vacation, but still a lot happened: work on the resource management rewrite, summer of code projects and more. See our notes: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qrCfIq_yqWg3OLH866YecxbRL86nf3SPwwD2LeLgmgQ/ And here are the stats:
Interview with Takiro Ryo https://krita.org/en/item/interview-with-takiro-ryo/
Free and open source painting software. Get it at krita.org (Linux, Windows or OSX) and talk with other users and devs in the #krita channel on freenode!
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