New unstable version of Scribus is available with several interesting improvements such as PDF-based printing, PDF 1.6 compatibility with OpenType fonts embedding, and more changes.
Graeme Gill has just announced immediate availability of ArgyllPRO ColorMeter, a commercial Android app that allows using colorimeters and spectrophotometers directly via the USB on-the-go port.
Unstable version of Scribus finally got an initial support for Microsoft Publisher documents. How good is it?
Interview with Inkscape developers
What's new with GNOME Color manager, what changes are coming to the Linux printing system
The new beta versions are bringing lots of awesomeness
New version of CMYKTool, an RGB<>CMYK color managed conversion tool is out with a somewhat unconventional new feature.
Richard Hughes released new version of GNOME Color Manager — a bundle of color management tools for GNOME.
A new version of GNOME Color Manager is out as usual on first Monday of a month.
The great and almighty Alastair M. Robinson released first public version of its new CMYKTool application that is basically rework of his old CMYK separate plug-in for GIMP.
Today we are doing an early review of GNOME Color Manager — a set of free tools to make color management in GNOME and Linux just work™.
After a little over a month of work Richard Hughes released the first public version of GNOME Color Manager.
Suddenly it turned out that new version of separate+ plug-in for GIMP was out back in August.
Scribus team has just released a long anticipated yet unstable 1.3.5 version of this free desktop publishing application. Let's take a closer look at the result of two years of hard work.
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.
New version of LaTeXDraw features exporting to EPS and PDF, Italian localisation and bugfixes.