this is the first mail I post in the list.
Perhaps the Gimp website needs a forum. I think the community seems to
be very closed when you're still not implicated in the project. I'm
sure a lot of developpers would like to take part to the project, but
they are a bit disappointed because of the organisation which seems
And what about taking part in the launchpad website ? That would be a
great solution to encourage new developpers and it would also help for
translation. (I know you're already using Bugzilla, but does it have
a such great community as in launchpad ?)
About the brainstrom, why don't we use something like the Ubuntu
brainstrom ? I can't understand what's the problem with comments !
They can be very usefull and improve some ideas ! And rating would be
a great way to know more about the wishes of the gimp users.
(Sorry for the English I'm not a native speaker...)
2009/1/7 Sven Neumann <sven@gimp...>:
> On Sun, 2009-01-04 at 18:35 +0100, Michael Schumacher wrote:
>> > I think this blog couldbe improved with votes about submissions, to
>> > evaluate each idea. Another improvement could be a list of comments for
>> > each submission.
>> Not allowing comments to the submissions is done deliberately - we do
>> not want endless discussions about whether some idea is good or bad, we
>> want ideas.
> What we really need a lot more urgently than more ideas are people able
> and willing to implement them. GIMP is very much in need of more
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