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Laden with the fruits of the on-going Krita dev sprint, here's 4.1.5 with over forty bugfixes: krita.org/en/item/krita-4-1-5-

Krita 4.1.3 just got released! There are both new features and a load of bug fixes! Read all about it here: krita.org/en/item/krita-4-1-3-

Picture by @drayventhal@twitter.com for the and the fundraiser!

We're already fixing bugs for the 2018 Fundraiser, and here's a write-up of how we fixed a bug yesterday that was reported two days ago: krita.org/en/item/lets-take-th Bug fixing is fun, it makes Sherlock Holmeses out of us all!

This week's development statistics. Also, make sure to test the latest nightly builds, with lots of new stuff for working with selections! See krita.org/download and get the Krita Next version.

Even though is happening with Krita's maintainer present in Vienna, lots of work was gotten through last week:

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!

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: docs.google.com/document/d/1qr And here are the stats:

This week's Krita statistics! And all summer of code students are making good progress, while the maintainer is back from his short vacation.

Our weekly meeting stats! Last week we released 4.1.0 beta, this week we want to release 4.1.0 final. A last minute bug might cause problems, though.

This week's Krita contributors meeting is over. Last week we released Krita 4.0.4 and did some preparation for 4.1.0, but our maintainer was sick and our lead developer was visiting relatives. Still, lots happened:

Lots of work got done last week! The Stroke Layer style got faster, there's a new caching system for rendering animations, work on improving locating and handling brushes and other resources, much work on the manual and three busy summer code students!

The team has been meeting almost weekly since 2016 (see files.kde.org/krita/krita_meet for the notes), and we've started keeping a weekly stats section. At the sprint we decided to share the stats with all of you, so here's this week's stats section!

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