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.
Now that the GIMP team is back to releasing both stable and unstable updates, here is the question that a lot of people will be asking. Should they go for 2.99.2? Or should they stick to the stable 2.10 series?
The new version of GIMP is full of usability fixes, new features, overall improvements, and bug fixes.
Google Cloud and Sony Pictures Imageworks team up on something new
Why this new free/libre video editor is a big deal
How can we actually support free/libre projects for filmmakers?
The GIMP team made the first public release in the 2.9.x series. It's completely GEGL-based, has 16/32-bit per channel editing and new tools.
New version of the free/libre DAW brings sleeker UI, new editing tools, native CoreAudio/ASIO support
The KDE project announced release of Calligra Suite 2.6, a set of free office, graphics and productivity applications. The crown jewel of the release is Krita, an image editor with advanced painting features.
Ever wondered if you could get one of those fancy vinyl cutters and not abandon Linux?
sK1 team released a new version of UniConvertor, a free vector graphics converter. Here comes the review.
This is an introduction to creating harmonic color schemes with Gpick, an advanced free color picker
GIMP team has just released the first unstable version in this development cycle with lots of exciting new features. Learn more about it.
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.
Pierre Marchand has just released a new version of Fontmatrix. There's a whole bunch of new features and improvements that definitely deserve a review.