R: Stichting Krita Foundation
boud at valdyas.org
Tue Oct 23 17:15:37 UTC 2012
On Tuesday 23 October 2012 Oct, silvio grosso wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> Boudewijn Rempt wrote:
> > I've just returned from the notary for the first visit for founding the Krita Foundation
> Great to know :-)
> > I've given them the Blender Foundation goals as a template...
> I am pretty sure the "Blender template" is a VERY good start to begin with :-)
> Joking aside, Blender is very powerful and, particularly in these past years, it has made a big progress forward.
> I am not an artist and I only use Blender as a video editor.
> IMHO it is amazingly powerful (not to mention it is multi-platform and highly stable both on Linux and Windows 7 - 64 bit).
> Its documentation is huge (and You-Tube is your very best friend for this area).
> For every open source software I consider "professional" (LibreOffice, Firefox-Thunderbird and naturally Blender) there is some sort of "Foundation" behind it which, more or less, supports its development.
Yes, indeed. KDE has KDE e.V., but that doesn't direct development, it cannot pay for development, it's much more in the background. For krita, at this moment, we need more. And it's an idea we've been kicking around for a long time now.
http://www.valdyas.org, http://www.krita.org, http://www.boudewijnrempt.nl
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