My GSoC proposal for Krita (Edition 2010)
boud at valdyas.org
Wed Apr 7 08:38:20 CEST 2010
On Tuesday 06 April 2010, Emanuele Tamponi wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> it's been a long time since my last mail to the mailing list... due to both
> me being uncomfortable with mailing lists in general ( :) ) and because
> I've had a lot to do!
> Anyway, GSoC 2010 is here and I've a little idea for Krita :) Here I'll
> write a short draft of it.
> Proposal: Corrections to the Kubelka-Munk Colorspace implementation and
> contributions to the related Krita plug-ins
> My code for the Kubelka-Munk colorspace and other krita plugins that rely
> on it (mainly the Painterly Color Mixer) needs to be corrected and revised
> in order to be ready for the great public.
> My work for the Summer of Code would be:
> 1) Consolidate the mathematical foundations of the colorspace by enhancing
> the equations, basing them on more precise studies.
> 2) Finish the implementation so that it's in a good enough shape for
> release 3) Help improving the related plug-ins (for now, the Painter Color
> That's it, quite shortly!
> I'd like to ear your ideas before I submit the proposal :)
Well, it's so short that no KDE mentor will be able to figure out what you are
going to do. You need to go much deeper into specifics. And KDE mentors are
really critical about timelines and milestones, so that needs to be in. I
wouldn't add things like you suggested on irc, porting the magnetic scissors
tool: gsoc projects are not meant to be about maintaining things done in
previous gsocs, but about new development.
Boudewijn Rempt | http://www.valdyas.org
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