What's coming for GIMP, Krita, Inkscape, Blender, FreeCAD, MuseScore
What's coming this year across the entire stack of free software for creatives
The new version finally makes it up to the LV2 community
This pet project by one of Bitwig's developers is going places
A journey across the multiverse of free/libre tools for creative professionals
Let's have a level-headed conversation about Audacity
The famous free/libre audio editor will stay free/libre
It's a month and a half till the beginning of one of the most exciting events in the free software world, Libre Graphics Meeting 2010
We are glad to announce a new project called re-lab that focuses on reverse-engineering.
A look across the full spectrum of digital content creation software
The Cinelerra community is mourning the loss of W.P. Morrow aka Good Guy
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.
Earlier this year, in March, we lost the co-founder of Scribus to cancer. And it's something I want to talk about.
This week, GIMP celebrates its 20th anniversary
SourceForge is taking another self-inflicted reputation hit
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?
Andrew Mustun of Ribbonsoft says he's likely to postpone the release of QCAD Community Edition. The reason? LibreCAD.
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?
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.