Editorials

RIP Igor Novikov
by Alexandre Prokoudine

In memoriam of sK1 project founder and friend

This is 2021: what's coming in free/libre software
by Alexandre Prokoudine

A look across the full spectrum of digital content creation software

Sunsetting Libre Graphics World, introducing Libre Arts
by Alexandre Prokoudine

It is done

RIP Bill Morrow
by Alexandre Prokoudine

The Cinelerra community is mourning the loss of W.P. Morrow aka Good Guy

Using non-free tools for the good of FOSS
by Alexandre Prokoudine

While I do owe you quite a few weeklies by now, I'm using this Friday afternoon as an opportunity to talk about something important.

Remembering Peter Linnell
by Alexandre Prokoudine

Earlier this year, in March, we lost the co-founder of Scribus to cancer. And it's something I want to talk about.

2018 in perspective
by Alexandre Prokoudine

Let's see what this year is bringing us

GIMP is 20 Years Old, What’s Next?
by Alexandre Prokoudine

This week, GIMP celebrates its 20th anniversary

Anatomy of SourceForge/GIMP controversy
by Alexandre Prokoudine

SourceForge is taking another self-inflicted reputation hit

Document Freedom Day and missing interoperability opportunities
by Alexandre Prokoudine

On March 27, Free Software Foundation Europe was celebrating information accessibility and raising awareness of open standards by running Document Freedom Day. But how well does free software perform there?

LibreCAD vs. QCAD, the war of forks that never happened
by Alexandre Prokoudine

Andrew Mustun of Ribbonsoft says he's likely to postpone the release of QCAD Community Edition. The reason? LibreCAD.

How design freebies cause cancer and eat babies
by Alexandre Prokoudine

Have you ever heard horror stories, how free design assets from teh interwebz should be avoided at all costs? Is that real or made-up?

sK1 development restarted
by Igor Novikov

We aren't silent, we are busy!

What’s up with free multimedia production tools in 2010
by Alexandre Prokoudine

It's about time to draw a line between 2010 and 2011 and have a look at what was happening to the multimedia production stack of free apps this year.