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!
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@julloyart I'd unscrew everything that can be unscrewed and then attack it with a can of compressed air duster. You may need more than one can (I did when reinstalling an old laptop). When it gets too cold and/or the air that comes out looks wet, pause (good time to remove any dust from the surroundings, it flies everywhere). Good luck!
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!
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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