Commit 84b72431 authored by Pat David's avatar Pat David
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Fix all protocol-less links to include protocol now

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With all the talk and theorizing going on about Free Software development models, I thought that it might be a good idea to actually give an example. I've tried to keep it as accurate as possible, and hope my experiences working on this team can benefit other projects as well.
Like current GIMP development, this was not done alone. This is a compilation of knowledge from a lot of people on #gimp, some of it predating my own experience. This history would not have been possible without, specifically, the help of josh, Raph, Adrian, Xach, yosh, and more generally all of the guys on #gimp. This is NOT inclusive - there are many sites and people that continue to contribute to the success of GIMP that are not listed here. I suggest visiting [http://www.gimp.org/](//www.gimp.org/) for a more complete listing of gimp links.
Like current GIMP development, this was not done alone. This is a compilation of knowledge from a lot of people on #gimp, some of it predating my own experience. This history would not have been possible without, specifically, the help of josh, Raph, Adrian, Xach, yosh, and more generally all of the guys on #gimp. This is NOT inclusive - there are many sites and people that continue to contribute to the success of GIMP that are not listed here. I suggest visiting [http://www.gimp.org/](http://www.gimp.org/) for a more complete listing of gimp links.
-- [Seth Burgess](mailto:sjburges@ou.edu)
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### Centralization:
In response to a need for a central repository for all these aspects of the program, Shawn Amundson (Snorfle) secured the domain "gimp.org". The main server of this is [www.gimp.org](//www.gimp.org), which just about anyone should be able to guess and remember. Started on October 7th, 1997, it contains a broad overview of things to get you going with gimp, from the source to to tips and tricks.
In response to a need for a central repository for all these aspects of the program, Shawn Amundson (Snorfle) secured the domain "gimp.org". The main server of this is [www.gimp.org](http://www.gimp.org), which just about anyone should be able to guess and remember. Started on October 7th, 1997, it contains a broad overview of things to get you going with gimp, from the source to to tips and tricks.
### Publicity:
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[Red Hat Linux](http://www.redhat.com) has bundled GIMP in its distribution since version 5.0\. This has turned out to be something of a double edged sword - while it exposes the world to GIMP, it uses a now ancient version. If you are using version 0.99.12 that comes with RedHat 5.0, please [upgrade!](ftp://s9412a.steinan.ntnu.no/pub/gimp/) Many improvements to the libraries, program, and plug-ins have taken place since 0.99.12.
[www.gimp.org](//www.gimp.org/) also uses the GIMP mascot, Wilber. Wilber is cool. Wilber's eyes move, and thats kinda disturbing to some people, but I like him. Wilber is a GIMP. Created on Sept. 25, 1997 by Tuomas Kuosmanen, Wilber has taken on a life of its own. For example, Wilber is pictured doing all sorts of stuff at the top left hand corner of the page at www.gimp.org (_edit: the old web site now lives at [classic.gimp.org](http://classic.gimp.org/)_). Wilber has become a recognized icon associated with GIMP, and may be seen at [slashdot](http://slashdot.org) whenever GIMP is mentioned. He appears on the help screen when starting GIMP for the first time, offering useful advice. Now that GIMP is becoming more ready to be seen by the general public, Wilber is helping get GIMP out to the masses much like (the penguin some call) Tux is for Linux.
[www.gimp.org](http://www.gimp.org/) also uses the GIMP mascot, Wilber. Wilber is cool. Wilber's eyes move, and thats kinda disturbing to some people, but I like him. Wilber is a GIMP. Created on Sept. 25, 1997 by Tuomas Kuosmanen, Wilber has taken on a life of its own. For example, Wilber is pictured doing all sorts of stuff at the top left hand corner of the page at www.gimp.org (_edit: the old web site now lives at [classic.gimp.org](http://classic.gimp.org/)_). Wilber has become a recognized icon associated with GIMP, and may be seen at [slashdot](http://slashdot.org) whenever GIMP is mentioned. He appears on the help screen when starting GIMP for the first time, offering useful advice. Now that GIMP is becoming more ready to be seen by the general public, Wilber is helping get GIMP out to the masses much like (the penguin some call) Tux is for Linux.
### And It Goes On:
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* [Bug tracker](https://bugzilla.gnome.org/browse.cgi?product=GIMP). Useful for checking bug reports and feature requests.
* [Roadmap](http://wiki.gimp.org/index.php/Roadmap). We do not schedule releases, but we plan what things we work on next.
* [FAQ](//www.gimp.org/docs/userfaq.html). There are some frequently asked questions we already replied.
* [FAQ](http://www.gimp.org/docs/userfaq.html). There are some frequently asked questions we already replied.
* [Usability](http://gui.gimp.org). There's ongoing work to improve user experience of GIMP.
* [Development](http://wiki.gimp.org/index.php/Main_Page). If you wish to contribute, please check the wiki for basic information for developers.
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There are two main branches we are working with.
Well, mainly *one* branch that is worked with mostly and another that is actually the main site.
The **testing** branch will build to [testing.gimp.org](//testing.gimp.org).
The **testing** branch will build to [testing.gimp.org](http://testing.gimp.org).
This is the main branch for testing things out and checking that they will build correctly on the server.
Once a change works here ok, it can then be merged into **master** and pushed to the server.
The **master** branch will build to the full [www.gimp.org](//www.gimp.org).
The **master** branch will build to the full [www.gimp.org](http://www.gimp.org).
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When linking to this page, you can use a fully qualified URL, or a URL from base, or a relative URL:
[Full Link to Meta](//www.gimp.org/about/meta/)
[Full Link to Meta](http://www.gimp.org/about/meta/)
[Less Full Link to Meta](/about/meta/)
[Relative Link to Meta](../) (from this page)
[Full Link to Meta](//www.gimp.org/about/meta/)
[Full Link to Meta](http://www.gimp.org/about/meta/)
[Less Full Link to Meta](/about/meta/)
[Relative Link to Meta](../) (from this page)
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Those pages currently are:
* [archive.html](//www.gimp.org/archive.html)
* [archive.html](http://www.gimp.org/archive.html)
An archive of news items that were on the front page.
Likely deprecated for the "News" section now?
* [index.html](//www.gimp.org/index.html)
* [index.html](http://www.gimp.org/index.html)
The main page (still).
* [irc.html](//www.gimp.org/irc.html)
* [mail_lists.html](//www.gimp.org/mail_lists.html)
* [team.html](//www.gimp.org/team.html)
* [template.html](//www.gimp.org/template.html)
* [irc.html](http://www.gimp.org/irc.html)
* [mail_lists.html](http://www.gimp.org/mail_lists.html)
* [team.html](http://www.gimp.org/team.html)
* [template.html](http://www.gimp.org/template.html)
This seems to be a simple test page.
* [webmasters.html](//www.gimp.org/webmasters.html)
* [webmasters.html](http://www.gimp.org/webmasters.html)
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* Check that all README files are present
* Check that README, MIRRORS and \*.md5 are sent as text/plain
The size of the data as seen on [http://download.gimp.org/pub/](//download.gimp.org/pub/) is currently around 4.1 GiB, with gimp and gtk subdirectories amounting to about 3.4 GiB. New releases are uploaded some time before the announcement is made, so syncing every few days should be sufficient.
The size of the data as seen on [http://download.gimp.org/pub/](http://download.gimp.org/pub/) is currently around 4.1 GiB, with gimp and gtk subdirectories amounting to about 3.4 GiB. New releases are uploaded some time before the announcement is made, so syncing every few days should be sufficient.
## Last resort
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### The Steps
1. Use <kbd>gimp --version</kbd> or the about dialog to check your GIMP version. Next check with [www.gimp.org](//www.gimp.org/) to see what the most recent GIMP release is. If your GIMP is old, update then try to to reproduce the bug. Your bug may have been fixed in the most recent release. If you are running GIMP from GIT, update and and recompile.
1. Use <kbd>gimp --version</kbd> or the about dialog to check your GIMP version. Next check with [www.gimp.org](http://www.gimp.org/) to see what the most recent GIMP release is. If your GIMP is old, update then try to to reproduce the bug. Your bug may have been fixed in the most recent release. If you are running GIMP from GIT, update and and recompile.
2. Attempt to reproduce the problem. Go do what you were doing when it happened and see if you can do it again.
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## Important GIMP Links
* [The GNU Image Manipulation Program](//www.gimp.org/) — www.gimp.org
* [The GNU Image Manipulation Program](http://www.gimp.org/) — www.gimp.org
* [GIMP Wiki](http://wiki.gimp.org/) — wiki.gimp.org
* [GIMP Bugzilla](https://bugzilla.gnome.org/) — bugzilla.gnome.org
* [The GIMP Toolkit](http://www.gtk.org/) — www.gtk.org
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### What is Net-Fu? Where is it?
Net-fu is a web-based interface to a script-fu server. The work is done at a remote site. To see Net-fu, point your web browser at [http://download.gimp.org/](//download.gimp.org/) or one of the mirror sites, and then go to "pub/gimp/net-fu/". Any web browser can read net-fu pages; the browser must be Java-enabled to actually run Script-fu. Fonts
Net-fu is a web-based interface to a script-fu server. The work is done at a remote site. To see Net-fu, point your web browser at [http://download.gimp.org/](http://download.gimp.org/) or one of the mirror sites, and then go to "pub/gimp/net-fu/". Any web browser can read net-fu pages; the browser must be Java-enabled to actually run Script-fu. Fonts
### Where can I get the fonts I'm missing?
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Great! Please check the [wiki](http://wiki.gimp.org/wiki/Hacking:Developer_FAQ)
for introduction on GIMP development and talk to us on
[IRC](//www.gimp.org/irc.html).
[IRC](http://www.gimp.org/irc.html).
### I'm not a developer. Can I still help you somehow?
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## GIMP Compilation and Installation
After grabbing the GIMP distribution, you are ready to compile and install. The main site for the latest offical GIMP distribution is [http://download.gimp.org/pub/gimp/](//download.gimp.org/pub/gimp/) but you should consider using one of the mirrors listed on the [download page](./).
After grabbing the GIMP distribution, you are ready to compile and install. The main site for the latest offical GIMP distribution is [http://download.gimp.org/pub/gimp/](http://download.gimp.org/pub/gimp/) but you should consider using one of the mirrors listed on the [download page](./).
GIMP makes use of the Gimp Toolkit (GTK+) and other libraries that must be installed first. Look in Requirements above to find out more.
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## Important GIMP Links
* [The GNU Image Manipulation Program](//www.gimp.org/) - www.gimp.org
* [The GNU Image Manipulation Program](http://www.gimp.org/) - www.gimp.org
* [GIMP Wiki](http://wiki.gimp.org/) - wiki.gimp.org
* [GIMP Bugzilla](https://bugzilla.gnome.org/) - bugzilla.gnome.org
* [The GIMP Toolkit](http://www.gtk.org/) - www.gtk.org
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[GIMP in Lithuanian](http://gimp.akl.lt/)
Lithuanian site about GIMP, featuring news, tutorials, forum and galleries.
[GIMP.org.es](//www.gimp.org.es)
[GIMP.org.es](http://www.gimp.org.es)
News, tutorials, forum, galleries for Spanish-speaking users.
[GIMP.hu](http://www.gimp.hu)
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## [Other Info](#toc8)
The canonical place to find GIMP info is at [http://www.gimp.org/.](//www.gimp.org/.) Here you can find links to just about many other GIMP sites, tutorials, data sets, mailing list archives, and more.
The canonical place to find GIMP info is at [http://www.gimp.org/.](http://www.gimp.org/.) Here you can find links to just about many other GIMP sites, tutorials, data sets, mailing list archives, and more.
There is also a GIMP User Manual available at [http://docs.gimp.org/](http://docs.gimp.org/) that goes into much more detail about the interactive use of GIMP.
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## Project Opening: GIMP
This project offers the opportunity to work as an Associate Interaction Architect, and to shape the user interface of the next generation of the GNU Image Manipulation Program (www.gimp.org).
This project offers the opportunity to work as an Associate Interaction Architect, and to shape the user interface of the next generation of the GNU Image Manipulation Program (http://www.gimp.org).
You will be working with Peter Sikking, principal interaction architect at M+MI Works ([www.mmiworks.net](http://www.mmiworks.net/)). Activities include methodically performing a full expert evaluation and analysis of the software, being fully involved in every decision, and performing the bulk of the project work. You will have a great opportunity to learn the ropes in interaction architecture in a project that matters.
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Category: News
Authors: Alexandre Prokoudine
This year we are participating in the [Google Summer of Code](http://socghop.appspot.com/) program again. If you are a student who is willing to improve GIMP and be financially rewarded ($5000), please have a look at the [list of project ideas](http://gimp-wiki.who.ee/index.php/Hacking:GSoC_2011/Ideas), pick one or come up with your own idea, then join [#gimp](//www.gimp.org/irc.html) IRC channel or [gimp-developer@](https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gimp-developer-list) mailing list and introduce yourself.
This year we are participating in the [Google Summer of Code](http://socghop.appspot.com/) program again. If you are a student who is willing to improve GIMP and be financially rewarded ($5000), please have a look at the [list of project ideas](http://gimp-wiki.who.ee/index.php/Hacking:GSoC_2011/Ideas), pick one or come up with your own idea, then join [#gimp](http://www.gimp.org/irc.html) IRC channel or [gimp-developer@](https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gimp-developer-list) mailing list and introduce yourself.
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Category: News
Authors: Alexandre Prokoudine
We are pleased to announce availability of a new development version that brings us closer to GIMP 2.8. This version is packed with important new features and improvements. For a complete list of changes since 2.7.1 please refer to [NEWS](https://web.archive.org/web/20120801115204/http://developer.gimp.org/NEWS) page, while the [release notes](//www.gimp.org/release-notes/gimp-2.7.html) summarize changes in the whole 2.7.x series.
We are pleased to announce availability of a new development version that brings us closer to GIMP 2.8. This version is packed with important new features and improvements. For a complete list of changes since 2.7.1 please refer to [NEWS](https://web.archive.org/web/20120801115204/http://developer.gimp.org/NEWS) page, while the [release notes](http://www.gimp.org/release-notes/gimp-2.7.html) summarize changes in the whole 2.7.x series.
Please note that the whole 2.7.x series of versions is considered unstable and is not recommended for use in production even though it might just work for you. Our intention is to make development versions available for passionate users who can provide useful feedback to help us fix bugs and streamline implementation of some of the new features. The upcoming v2.8 also introduces a huge amount of API deprecations and additions that have the potential to break existing 3rd party scripts and plug-ins. Please file bugs for all plug-ins and scripts that do work in v2.6, but don't work in 2.7.2. A migration guide for developers will be provided when v2.8 is out.
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The most visible changes in 2.7.3 are the fully working single-window mode, including working session management, and the introduction of a new hybrid spinbutton/scale widget which takes less space in dockable dialogs.
For a complete list of changes since 2.7.2 please refer to [NEWS](//developer.gimp.org/NEWS) page, while the [release notes](//www.gimp.org/release-notes/gimp-2.7.html) summarize changes in the whole 2.7.x series.
For a complete list of changes since 2.7.2 please refer to [NEWS](http://developer.gimp.org/NEWS) page, while the [release notes](http://www.gimp.org/release-notes/gimp-2.7.html) summarize changes in the whole 2.7.x series.
Please note that the whole 2.7.x series of versions is considered unstable and is not recommended for use in production even though it might just work for you. Our intention is to make development versions available for passionate users who can provide useful feedback to help us fix bugs and streamline implementation of some of the new features. The upcoming v2.8 also introduces a huge amount of API deprecations and additions that have the potential to break existing 3rd party scripts and plug-ins. Please file bugs for all plug-ins and scripts that do work in v2.6, but don't work in 2.7.3. A migration guide for developers will be provided when v2.8 is out.
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The online docs and developer pages are available again:
* Online Docs ([docs.gimp.org](http://docs.gimp.org/))
* Developer Pages ([developer.gimp.org](//developer.gimp.org/))
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* Developer Pages ([developer.gimp.org](http://developer.gimp.org/))
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Category: News
Authors: Alexandre Prokoudine
GIMP 2.6.12 is a bug-fix release in the stable GIMP 2.6 series. Its purpose is mostly to wrap up all fixes that have piled up since 2.6.11 into a last release in the stable 2.6 series before we switch to 2.8. Please have a look at the [NEWS](//developer.gimp.org/NEWS-2.6) file for a detailed list of changes.
GIMP 2.6.12 is a bug-fix release in the stable GIMP 2.6 series. Its purpose is mostly to wrap up all fixes that have piled up since 2.6.11 into a last release in the stable 2.6 series before we switch to 2.8. Please have a look at the [NEWS](http://developer.gimp.org/NEWS-2.6) file for a detailed list of changes.
The source can be downloaded from [ftp.gimp.org](http://gimp.org/downloads/#mirrors). Binary packages for various supported platforms should become available soon; please check the [Downloads](http://gimp.org/downloads/) section.
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Since this version GIMP is shipping with a revamped brush pack and a set of ca. 40 tools presets, mostly painting related. The work was done by Ramón Miranda (GIMP Paint Studio) and Guillermo Espertino. This particular change is a first major step in updating the default bundle of resources to match user expectations.
For a complete list of changes since 2.7.4 please refer to the [NEWS](//developer.gimp.org/NEWS) page, while the [release notes](//www.gimp.org/release-notes/gimp-2.7.html) summarize changes in the whole 2.7.x series.
For a complete list of changes since 2.7.4 please refer to the [NEWS](http://developer.gimp.org/NEWS) page, while the [release notes](http://www.gimp.org/release-notes/gimp-2.7.html) summarize changes in the whole 2.7.x series.
There are still [some bugs to fix](https://bugzilla.gnome.org/buglist.cgi?product=GIMP&bug_status=UNCONFIRMED&bug_status=NEW&bug_status=ASSIGNED&bug_status=REOPENED&target_milestone=2.8) before we can release v2.8. We encourage you to join the team and help us getting 2.8 released.
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