Summer of Code
fela.kde at gmail.com
Sun Mar 16 12:53:12 CET 2008
I was thinking about doing a proposal for Google Summer of Code and Krita
seemed like a nice project to work on =)
I would have liked to propose for the sumi-e brush engine, but as I understand
it there is already somebody who is interested in that.
The sketch-pad also seems interesting. But I would appreciate if somebody
explained the idea a little more in depth. What should a tracing paper
interface be like? Is it supposed to be free hand only?? Maybe also geometric
tools would be usefull.. but I'm not sure what the idea exactly is. Should it
be used with a tablet? Because than I haven't got any. On the other hand if I
get accepted for SoC I could maybe buy a cheap one for my room-mate, who
draws a lot, in exchange for helping me testing the feature.
Another program that I would love to work on is karbon, it still lacks a lot
of features compared to, say, inkscape. Only I can't think of any that would
make a nice SoC project, if anybody has any idea..
Now that I think of it, maybe the sketch-pad could be based on vector
graphics, what do you think, would it be feasible? And would the architecture
of karbon allow it?
Well... let me know!
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