Here is a tailor shop in Sicily actively using Valentina for pattern design
Interview with Ell, core team developer of GIMP
Interview with Oleg Kapitonov, developer of the free guitar amp simulator for Linux
I had the fun and privilege to interview the founder of Pixls.us.
There are many reasons one could wish for a simple general image editor on Linux. This is one of the least known options.
Getting crowdfunded: interview with Akira lead developer Alessandro Castellani
In an unimaginable turn of events, LibreDWG, the free/libre library for opening proprietary CAD files in the DWG file format, is becoming a stellar example of a FOSS project.
SVG 2 might arrive sometime in the future without quite a few useful features that have been already developed and tested. What's up with that?
Krita Foundation announced their third Kickstarter project to fund development of new text and vector tools
New version of the digital photography workflow app arrives with color-managed printing
Red Hat announced the release of Overpass, their own highway gothic font family designed by Delve Fonts.
It seems that boxes and noodles are slowly taking over the world. Matt Keeter uses acyclic graphs in Antimony, a free/libre 3D CAD system streamlined for personal manufacturing.
It seems, these days every other major free/libre media production tool is undergoing dramatic changes that promise richer feature set, better usability, and, generally, more power to users. Audacity is one of them.
Much anticipated major update of MuseScore brings score layout improvements, linked parts, guitar fret diagrams and tabulatures, the importing of Guitar Pro files, and more exciting new features.
It is done: score and recordings of J.S. Bach's the Well-Tempered Clavier Book 1 as prepared by MuseScore team and played by Kimiko Ishizaka are now in public domain.
Over 4 years in the making, thousands of commits, dozens of new features: it's all there, neatly packed in the newly released Inkscape 0.91.
Berlin-based company Quasado released source code of Gravit, their HTML5-based design app, under dual GPLv3+/commercial license.
When it comes to compositing, there are, in fact, more options than Blender, Synfig, and ButtleOFX.
Jonathan Westhues released SolveSpace, his parametric 2D/3D CAD software, under terms of GPLv3.
Blender community finally got its own first musical
During Linux Audio Conference 2013 the MOD team presented their digital pedalboard that runs Linux and uses LV2 effects and instruments.
Is there such a thing as a roadshow for free graphic design software? In a way, there is: a “Crafting Type” workshop combines an introduction to type design with basics of using FontForge and Inkscape.
I spoke to Gilad Rosenau, animation studio manager at Pitchi Poy, an Israel animation studio that recently switched to Linux and Blender.
Dan Dennedy is returning to development of a Kino-like video editor after several years of hiatus. The new project is called Shotcut.
Interview with developers of FFADO
Today we are talking to Rui Nuno Capela, lead developer of Qtractor, and Mike Start, founder of linuxDSP.
Last week David Robillard announced availability of LV2 1.0, the first officially stable release of the free API for creating virtual instruments and audio effects.
Let's talk about this Linux-powered guitar-shaped MIDI controller
Nathan Summers contacted us to tell about an embroidery editor for Linux he's been working on since last year
Few days ago developers of OpenOctaveMidi, a new/old digital audio workstation for Linux, presented the brand new v2011, the culmination of several years of work.
What's new with GNOME Color manager, what changes are coming to the Linux printing system
Eilidh McAdam and Fridrich Strba talk about implemented support for MS Visio documents in LibreOffice
Today we are talking to Thomas Krijnen, architect and programmer from the Netherlands, who works on IfcOpenShell project to assist opens source acceptance in BIM.
Now that Sintel open movie is officially out, we publish an interview with Sintel's art director David Revoy.
Let’s talk to two of most active contributors to the project — Jakub Steiner and Andreas Nilsson.
Shortly after the release of Inkscape 0.46 we interviewed several Google Summer of Code 2007 students and several developers and asked about plans for future and new technologies.
Here is the first post-LGM2008 interview. This time it were developers of Krita, the KOffice almighty graphics editor, who dared to cross journalism firing line.
This interview with Hal V. Engel, lead developer of LProf, was taken back in December 2007. With introduction of GNOME Color Manager in late 2009 and dispcalGUI in 2008 is has mostly historical value.