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The future of GIMPs User Interface

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One of the most questioned and discussed issues about GIMP is the Graphical User Interface. Many users (mostly new ones to GIMP) are confused by it so it is well worth to talk about this never ending discussion.

The Libre Graphics Meeting offers a chance for many developers to talk to other developers and of course to talk users of a certain program. This year Peter Sikking and Michael Terry had a talk mainly about the UI of GIMP.

Peter Sikking, also one of the maintainers of the GIMP UI Brainstorm Blog, talks about different possibilities for a future UI of GIMP. In the beginning of his talk he makes a short trip to CMYK and why RGB is a designers color workspace.

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