Writes tutorials, does minor bugfixes.
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- Apr 15 2015, 8:04 AM (217 w, 4 d)
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Spot color discussion on Libtiff ML (Same thread, different archive software) :
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May 17 2019
@kamathraghavendra , I think @Abella is doing this because he is having trouble with figuring out why it didn't work last time. The problem was that he should've tried to commit his changes to a branch. Maybe you can help him with creating a branch in his fork, or otherwise commit locally?
May 15 2019
And another link that is interesting to consider: https://www.forbes.com/sites/jasonevangelho/2019/05/13/8-ways-contribute-desktop-linux-community-marketing-documentation-art-testing/
May 12 2019
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May 7 2019
Yes, if people want that, they can download the epub. Our userbase is typically not technical enough to know what to do with a zip of html files, if they are they would know that an epub is a zip with xhtml files, which is basically the same thing.
May 5 2019
ok, the pages still need proofreading and what not, but the images are done now :)
added the display settings page.
May 4 2019
yes, that'd be great, hopefully you will be able to figure out the technique? I've updated the contributor's readme with steps!
May 3 2019
Only missing the two windows images right now...
May 2 2019
May 1 2019
I'm going to merge this in pseudo-manually, we'll otherwise forget about it.
It should be fixed, but right now we're hitting string freeze today and the draft branch will be merged into master soon, so I have been too buzy.
Apr 30 2019
did this ever get merged? I think so, right?
Apr 29 2019
Apr 26 2019
I have done this in the draft branch for now: https://invent.kde.org/websites/docs-krita-org/commit/7a105a193944381e79c2584b925dea9a6eee685c
Apr 25 2019
I think this has been resolved by @tymond's work
I am pushing this right now, can you upload the images seperately on gitlab?
Apr 24 2019
The image files should be run through optipng, but text-wise this looks fine to me...
Looks good to me.
maybe read out loud when you're done fiddling, it's an unusual amount of typos and grammar weirdness for you :)
Apr 23 2019
Okay, if you're still working on it, be sure to include your copyright into the header, I think :)
Apr 22 2019
I will need to delay this further, I am actually burned out right now.
Apr 20 2019
let's make sure to link in the comments.
The point was to demonstrate how to use python to export/import/edit/generate resources.
Ivan, please close this.
Also, please close the phab revision if you're porting it to gitlab.