Weekly recap — 5 March 2023by Alexandre Prokoudine
New releases of GIMP and Godot, new features in Krita and Inkscape
Weekly-ish recap — 26 January 2022by Alexandre Prokoudine
Surge XT and ZynAddSubFX softsynths get much anticipated updates
Multi-week recap — 25 November 2020by Alexandre Prokoudine
New releases of GIMP, Scribus, FontForge, Synfig, Tahoma2D, LibreDWG, Giada, Ardour
Scribus 1.5.6 and beyondby Alexandre Prokoudine
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.
Week recap — 4 August 2019by Alexandre Prokoudine
Week highlights: major changes in GIMP, exciting new features in Krita, new releases of Luminance HDR, Exiv2, Scribus, and FontForge, gazillion of news in the Blender department, new ArmorPaint releases.
Remembering Peter Linnellby 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.
Weekly-ish recap — 25 March 2019by Alexandre Prokoudine
New releases of FontForge, Scribus, darktable, Qtractor, and Radium
Week recap — 14 January 2019by Alexandre Prokoudine
MyPaint gets better smudging and initial filmic support.
Winter break recap — 8 January 2019by Alexandre Prokoudine
MuseScore 3.0 is out, Blender turns 25 years old.
Scribus gets basic support for Microsoft Publisher documentsby Alexandre Prokoudine
Unstable version of Scribus finally got an initial support for Microsoft Publisher documents. How good is it?
How to get CMYK colors from Inkscape to Scribus for printingby Alexandre Prokoudine
Interview with Inkscape developers
SwatchBooker 0.5 released with support for Scribus and VivaDesigner color swatchesby Alexandre Prokoudine
Olivier Berten has released new version of SwatchBooker containing many improvements.
What's new in Scribus 1.3.5by Alexandre Prokoudine
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.
Dancing Tango on the Desktopby Alexandre Prokoudine
Let’s talk to two of most active contributors to the project — Jakub Steiner and Andreas Nilsson.