Libre Graphics 2007: Montréal, Canada

GIMP and GEGL topics

  • Judith Beaudoin: A GIMP overview
  • Peter Sikking and Kamila Giedrojć: OpenUsability - Project overview and first results from the OpenUsability GIMP redesign project
  • Karine Delvare: Contributing to an Open Source project, taking GIMP as an example.
  • Prof. Michael Terry: Ingimp: An instrumented version of GIMP to automatically collect usability data
  • Cédric Gemy: Working with Open Standards and FLOSS (Inkscape, Gimp, Blender, Scribus)
  • Jakub Steiner: Photo management and editing with F-Spot and GIMP
  • Øyvind Kolås: GEGL – a graph based image processing and compositing engine. A presentation of capabilities, data model, public API and an overview of opportunities for internal optimisations and enhancements

Other topics

  • Benoit St-André: Contributing without coding
  • Harrisson and Femke Snelting: Relaying Systems – Why designers should be interested in FLOSS
  • Hubert Figuière: Digital Photography with libre Software: RAW, metadata, workflow and asset management
  • Alexandre Robin: Our first year of graphic design … 100 % open source
  • Ted Gould: Introduction to the SVG format
  • Cyrille Berger: OpenRaster: a new file format to fully share complex raster graphics between applications
  • Nicolas Spalinger: The Open Font License, purpose, achievements, future
  • David Maxwell: Static Analysis results on graphics software

Other topics were open standards, XSL-FO, Inkscape, Blender, Scribus, Krita, sK1, OpenClipart etc.