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The Inkscape community today is announcing the release of the newest version of its open source vector graphics editor. Inkscape 0.46 is a major update that introduces native PDF support. The implementation of PDF support in Inkscape provides an easy, open source solution to editing PDF documents.  
 
The Inkscape community today is announcing the release of the newest version of its open source vector graphics editor. Inkscape 0.46 is a major update that introduces native PDF support. The implementation of PDF support in Inkscape provides an easy, open source solution to editing PDF documents.  
  
A ton of new features and performance improvements are included in this release. Dialogs boxes now have the ability to be docked to the side. Gradients can be edited completely on-canvas now. The new Paint Bucket Tool fills bounded areas with colors and allows quick recoloring of existing objects. A new 3D Box tool helps with creating perspective-correct drawings.  A new Tweak tool gives a intuitive method for modifying node paths.  The new Live Path Effects feature creates "brushes" and attaches organic effects to paths. Improvements to color management includes support for color spaces other than just sRGB.  Most SVG Filters are now implemented, and now have a dedicated UI.
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Tons of new features and performance improvements are included in this release. Dialogs now have the ability to be docked to the editing window. Gradients can be edited completely on-canvas. The new Paint Bucket Tool fills bounded areas with color. A new 3D Box tool helps create perspective-correct drawings.  A new Tweak tool provides an intuitive method for editing paths and painting objects.  The new Live Path Effects feature can create "brushes" and various organic effects on paths. Improvements to color management include support for color spaces other than sRGB.  Most SVG filters are now implemented, and a new powerful UI is provided for editing filter stacks.
  
 
===Download Inkscape 0.46 for Linux, Windows or Mac OS X===
 
===Download Inkscape 0.46 for Linux, Windows or Mac OS X===
http://inkscape.org/download/
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===The Inkscape Community Releases Inkscape 0.46===
 
===The Inkscape Community Releases Inkscape 0.46===
  
Brisbane, Queensland, 2008/02/20 -- The Inkscape community today announced the release of Inkscape 0.46, the newest stable version of their multi-platform, open-source vector graphics editor.
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New York, NY, '''INSERT DATE OF RELEASE HERE****yyyy/mm/dd****''' -- The Inkscape community today announced the release of Inkscape 0.46, the newest stable version of the multi-platform, open source vector graphics editor.
  
This newest Inkscape release includes a plethora of new tools and improvements, beginning with native PDF support. Developed with the assistance of the 2007 Google Summer of Code, and utilizing the open source Cairo and Poppler libraries, Inkscape 0.46 provides an easy, open source tool for editing and creating PDF documents.
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This newest Inkscape release includes a plethora of new tools and improvements, many of which were developed with the assistance of the 2007 Google Summer of Code program.  
  
The 2007 Google Summer of Code also produced the new 3D Box Tool, the Tweak tool and Live Path Effects.
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Inkscape can now directly import vector PDF files, and PDF export is greatly improved. Thus, Inkscape 0.46 provides an easy, open source tool for editing and creating PDF documents.
  
The Tweak Tool [something other than market speak here: what exactly is the Tweak Tool and what does it do?].
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The 2007 Google Summer of Code also produced the new 3D Box tool and Live Path Effects. The 3D Box tool makes it possible to create and edit three-dimensional boxes and perspectives. Live Path Effects, another GSoC project, can be used to create "brushes" and organic effects on paths while keeping the original paths editable.  
  
Live Path Effects can be used to create "brushes" and organic effects while keeping the original paths editable. [This needs to be more concrete as well.]
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The new Paint Bucket Tool allows bounded areas to be filled with color at the click of a mouse button, creating a closed vector path based on what's visible on the canvas. It is very fast and convenient for coloring scanned line drawings.
  
The 3D box tool can create and universally edit the perspective of 3d boxes.
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The new Tweak Tool allows you to modify objects as if they were made of molding clay - now you can freely sculpt any path without worrying about path nodes.  
  
As well, gradient editing is now done visually and on-canvas. Gradient stops are depicted as nodes, and multiple nodes can be selected and moved simultaneously.
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Gradients can now be edited completely on-canvas. All gradient
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stops are visualized by draggable controls, and multiple nodes can be selected and moved simultaneously. This approach allows for more precise and complex gradients than the traditional gradient strip.
  
Colour management has also been improved, with initial support for colour spaces other than colour spaces other than sRGB, including Adobe RGB and calibrated CMYK. This makes it possible to use calibrated colour values, including CMYK values, that are preserved across applications.
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Color management has also been improved, with initial support for
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color spaces other than sRGB, including Adobe RGB and calibrated CMYK.
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This makes it possible to use calibrated color values, including CMYK
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values, that are preserved across applications.
  
The new Paint Bucket Tool allows bounded areas to be filled with colour at the click of a mouse button. This new tool creates a closed-path based on the visible canvas and is useful for quickly colouring line drawings.
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The Gaussian Blur filter, introduced in Inkscape 0.45, was the first SVG
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filter supported. Inkscape 0.46 expands on this adding implementations of most filters defined in the SVG standard. There is also a new powerful dialog for creating and altering filter stacks. SVG filters can be used for beveling, turbulence, distortions, shading, and many other creative effects.
  
The Gaussian Blue filter, introduced in Inkscape 0.45, was the first SVG Filter. Inkscape 0.46 expands on this with Offset, Blend, Diffuse Lighting, Specular Lighting and Turbulence primitives. There is also a new dedicated user interface for creating and altering filters based on these new primitives.
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Finally, Inkscape 0.46 introduces many workflow and user interface improvements. Dialogs can now be docked and minimized to the main editing window, reducing visual clutter and making the relationship between documents and dialogs clearer, especially when working on multiple documents in separate Inkscape instances.
  
Finally, Inkscape 0.46 introduces workflow and user interface improvements. Dialogue boxes can now be docked and minimised to a side-panel, reducing visual clutter and making the relationship between documents and interaction choices clearer, especially when working on multiple documents in separate Inkscape instances.
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With 0.46 out, the Inkscape community is already working on the upcoming 0.47. Full compatibility with SVG Mobile/Tiny is slated for version 0.50 and version 1.0 will include complete W3C SVG 1.1 compliance.
  
WIth 0.46 out, the Inkscape community is already working on future releases, including the upcoming 0.47. Full compatibility with SVG Mobile/Tiny is slated for version 0.50 and version 1.0 will include complete W3C SVG 1.1 compliance.
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Hundreds of users and developers have contributed to Inkscape - adding features, suggesting ideas, reporting bugs, and writing documentation. We invite anyone to contribute to this exciting project. The more help we get, the more innovative, feature-complete, and stable Inkscape becomes.
  
Inkscape users have contributed many features and ideas to the project and the community invites anyone to contribute to the project. The more help Inkscape gets, the sooner we reach these goals.
 
 
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The Inkscape community today announced the release of the newest version of their multi platform, open source vector graphics editor, Inkscape 0.46. The latest installment of Inkscape is a feature filled release that introduces a large number of new tools and improvements, including native PDF support. Utilizing the open source libraries of Cairo and Poppler, and developed with the assistance of the Google Summer of Code, Inkscape's PDF support provides an easy, open source solution to editing PDF documents.
 
 
Inkscape 0.46 introduces improvements that provides enhanced work flow that complements creativity. Dialogs boxes now have the ability to be docked and minimized to a side panel, enhancing the user experience when editing multiple documents in separate inkscape instances. Gradient editing can now be done visually on-canvas, with gradient stops being depicted as nodes and the abilty to select and move multiple stops simultaneously. Color management has also been improved, with initial support for color definitions that use a colorspace other than sRGB (for example Adobe RGB, or calibrated CMYK colors). This allows for the use of calibrated color spaces, including using CMYK values that are preserved across applications.
 
 
The new Paint Bucket Tool allows bounded areas to be quickly filled in with color. It creates a closed path based on the visible canvas and is useful for quickly coloring line drawings. Additional functionality produced by the Google Summer of Code 2007 include the new 3D Box tool, the Tweak tool and Live Path Effects. The Tweak Tool allows smooth and natural change of the shape or style of objects directly on canvas. Live Path Effects can be used to create "brushes" and all kinds of organic effects, while keeping the original paths editable.
 
 
Inkscape 0.45 introduced SVG Filters with the Gussian Blur filter primitive; Inkscape 0.46 greatly expands on this by adding the Offset, Blend, Diffuse Lighting, Specular Lighting and Turbulence primitives.  As well, there is a new dedicated user interface for creation and alteration of complex filters based on these primitives.
 
 
The Inkscape community is now working on the upcoming 0.47 release and invites you to contribute to the project. Beyond that, Inkscape is pushing for full compatibility with SVG Mobile/Tiny by version 0.50, and full W3C SVG 1.1 compliance by Inkscape 1.0. Users have also contributed many great feature ideas in addition to this; the more help the project receives, the faster these goals and ideas can be achieved.
 
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===Download Inkscape 0.46 for Linux, Windows or Mac OS X===
 
===Download Inkscape 0.46 for Linux, Windows or Mac OS X===
http://inkscape.org/download/
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http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=93438
  
 
===For More Information===
 
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|michael (at) svgfoundation.org
 
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|cairo at cairographics dot org
 
|cairo at cairographics dot org
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|gnome-list
 
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|gnome-announce-list at gnome dot org
 
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|Scribus List (mrdocs)
 
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|scribus at nashi dot altmuehlnet dot de
 
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|kukofka at scale-a-vector dot de http://www.scale-a-vector.de/cont.htm
 
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Latest revision as of 09:33, 20 January 2011

Planning the PR for the 0.46 release is done here...

Tasks

Task Performer Projected Date of completion Status
Informal PR text Collaborated on this wiki page 18th Feb 2008 50%
Formal PR text Collaborated on this wiki page 18th Feb 2008 50%
Interview Prokoudine posted 99%

Announcement Process

  1. Create new news posts (using the small overview below) on all the relevant social bookmarking sites: digg, slashdot etc.
  2. Create a new Page on the Inkscape website that has the Formal Announcement on it (for linking purposes) have links back to the socal bookmarking stories for the release.
  3. Post the official announcement to the Inkscape News on the website, the and the relevant inkscape lists (announce, user, deleveloper)
  4. Send out the informal announcement (include a link to the webpage with the formal announcement)
  5. Send out the formal announcement. (include a link to the webpage with the formal announcement)

Press Release Translations

Once the English Press Release text has been finalised, translation can start into other languages.

The current goal for this PR text is to have the english version finished by 18th Feb 2008.

Please Create a new Wiki page for planning / translating the 0.46 PR in your language here:

Press Release Text

Small Overview

Inkscape, the open source vector graphics editor has released version 0.46. Major updates include native PDF support, a paint bucket tool, color profiles, dockable dialogs, SVG Filters, Live Path Effects, and many more features and updates.

Informal

Inkscape Announces 0.46 Release :: http://www.inkscape.org :: Draw Freely.

The Inkscape community today is announcing the release of the newest version of its open source vector graphics editor. Inkscape 0.46 is a major update that introduces native PDF support. The implementation of PDF support in Inkscape provides an easy, open source solution to editing PDF documents.

Tons of new features and performance improvements are included in this release. Dialogs now have the ability to be docked to the editing window. Gradients can be edited completely on-canvas. The new Paint Bucket Tool fills bounded areas with color. A new 3D Box tool helps create perspective-correct drawings. A new Tweak tool provides an intuitive method for editing paths and painting objects. The new Live Path Effects feature can create "brushes" and various organic effects on paths. Improvements to color management include support for color spaces other than sRGB. Most SVG filters are now implemented, and a new powerful UI is provided for editing filter stacks.

Download Inkscape 0.46 for Linux, Windows or Mac OS X

http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=93438

For More Information

Complete Release Notes for 0.46, http://wiki.inkscape.org/wiki/index.php/ReleaseNotes046
Community Contributed Screenshots, http://inkscape.org/screenshots/

About Inkscape

Inkscape is an open source drawing tool that uses the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) scalable vector graphics format (SVG). Some supported SVG features include basic shapes, paths, text, markers, clones, alpha blending, transforms, gradients, and grouping. In addition, Inkscape supports Creative Commons' metadata, node-editing, layers, complex path operations, text-on-path, text-in-shape, and SVG XML editing. It can also import EPS, PostScript, and most bitmap formats, and exports PNG, PS, PDF and various vector formats. Inkscape's main motivation is to provide the Open Source community with a fully W3C compliant XML, SVG, and CSS2 drawing tool. Additional work includes conversion of the codebase from C/Gtk to C++/Gtkmm, emphasizing a lightweight core with powerful features added through an extension mechanism, and maintaining a friendly, open, community-oriented development process.

Formal

The Inkscape Community Releases Inkscape 0.46

New York, NY, INSERT DATE OF RELEASE HERE****yyyy/mm/dd**** -- The Inkscape community today announced the release of Inkscape 0.46, the newest stable version of the multi-platform, open source vector graphics editor.

This newest Inkscape release includes a plethora of new tools and improvements, many of which were developed with the assistance of the 2007 Google Summer of Code program.

Inkscape can now directly import vector PDF files, and PDF export is greatly improved. Thus, Inkscape 0.46 provides an easy, open source tool for editing and creating PDF documents.

The 2007 Google Summer of Code also produced the new 3D Box tool and Live Path Effects. The 3D Box tool makes it possible to create and edit three-dimensional boxes and perspectives. Live Path Effects, another GSoC project, can be used to create "brushes" and organic effects on paths while keeping the original paths editable.

The new Paint Bucket Tool allows bounded areas to be filled with color at the click of a mouse button, creating a closed vector path based on what's visible on the canvas. It is very fast and convenient for coloring scanned line drawings.

The new Tweak Tool allows you to modify objects as if they were made of molding clay - now you can freely sculpt any path without worrying about path nodes.

Gradients can now be edited completely on-canvas. All gradient stops are visualized by draggable controls, and multiple nodes can be selected and moved simultaneously. This approach allows for more precise and complex gradients than the traditional gradient strip.

Color management has also been improved, with initial support for color spaces other than sRGB, including Adobe RGB and calibrated CMYK. This makes it possible to use calibrated color values, including CMYK values, that are preserved across applications.

The Gaussian Blur filter, introduced in Inkscape 0.45, was the first SVG filter supported. Inkscape 0.46 expands on this adding implementations of most filters defined in the SVG standard. There is also a new powerful dialog for creating and altering filter stacks. SVG filters can be used for beveling, turbulence, distortions, shading, and many other creative effects.

Finally, Inkscape 0.46 introduces many workflow and user interface improvements. Dialogs can now be docked and minimized to the main editing window, reducing visual clutter and making the relationship between documents and dialogs clearer, especially when working on multiple documents in separate Inkscape instances.

With 0.46 out, the Inkscape community is already working on the upcoming 0.47. Full compatibility with SVG Mobile/Tiny is slated for version 0.50 and version 1.0 will include complete W3C SVG 1.1 compliance.

Hundreds of users and developers have contributed to Inkscape - adding features, suggesting ideas, reporting bugs, and writing documentation. We invite anyone to contribute to this exciting project. The more help we get, the more innovative, feature-complete, and stable Inkscape becomes.

Download Inkscape 0.46 for Linux, Windows or Mac OS X

http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=93438

For More Information

Complete Release Notes for 0.46, http://wiki.inkscape.org/wiki/index.php/ReleaseNotes046
Community Contributed Screenshots, http://inkscape.org/screenshots/

About Inkscape

Inkscape is a multi platform, open source drawing tool that uses the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) scalable vector graphics format (SVG). Some supported SVG features include basic shapes, paths, text, markers, clones, alpha blending, transforms, gradients, and grouping. In addition, Inkscape supports Creative Commons' metadata, node-editing, layers, complex path operations, text-on-path, text-in-shape, and SVG XML editing. It can also import EPS, PostScript, and most bitmap formats, and exports PNG, PS, PDF and various vector formats. Inkscape's main motivation is to provide the Open Source community with a fully W3C compliant XML, SVG, and CSS2 drawing tool. Additional work includes conversion of the codebase from C/Gtk to C++/Gtkmm, emphasizing a lightweight core with powerful features added through an extension mechanism, and maintaining a friendly, open, community-oriented development process.

Places to Announce

In general, for linux community receives a general informal announcement. However, for formal press channels we use the more formal 3rd-person press release.

Receive small overview

Contact Name Who will contact / post Notes...
Digg ryanlerch digg.com someone needs to post a short excerpt anouncing the release, and link it to inkscape.org.
slashdot.org ryanlerch submit a new news item.
newsvine.com/ ryanlerch submit a new news item.

Receive Informal PR

Open Source Community

Contact Name Who will contact / post Notes...
gnome office list gnome-office-list at gnome dot org
svg developers yahoo group svg-developers at yahoo dot com must join the list to send (rejon is on)
SVG.org ryanlerch antoine at graougraou dot com, svg at steltenpower dot com
svgfaq.org ryanlerch maxdunn at siliconpublishing dot com
svgfoundation.org ryanlerch michael (at) svgfoundation.org
cairo list ryanlerch cairo at cairographics dot org
gnome-list ryanlerch gnome-announce-list at gnome dot org
Scribus List (mrdocs) ryanlerch scribus at nashi dot altmuehlnet dot de
osnews.com ryanlerch http://osnews.com/submit.php
desktoplinux.com ryanlerch http://desktoplinux.com/contactus.html
Freshmeat.net a new release has to be added to inkscape's freshmeat profile
gnome footnotes http://gnomedesktop.org/node/add/story
scale-a-vector ryanlerch kukofka at scale-a-vector dot de http://www.scale-a-vector.de/cont.htm
http://dot.kde.org ryanlerch http://dot.kde.org/addPostingForm
revelinux.com ryanlerch theobroma at revelinux dot com

Broader Inkscape & Art Community

Contact Name Who will contact / post? Notes...
Inkscape deviantart group ScislaC http://inkscape.deviantart.com/
the inkscape forum ryanlerch http://www.inkscapeforum.com/ run by microUgly
inkscape tutorials blog ryanlerch http://inkscapetutorials.wordpress.com/
open clip art library list ryanlerch clipart@freedesktop.org
open clip art library news ryanlerch
artdc.org forum johncoswell http://www.artdc.org/
bittbox.com - vector art blog ryanlerch contact(at)bittbox.com
The Daily Ubuntu - Daily Ubuntu Applications ryanlerch http://www.contactify.com/35b54

Receive Formal PR

Contact Name Who will contact / post? Notes...
http://linuxformat.co.uk/ login and submit news via top of page link
http://linux-magazine.com/ pr(at)linux - magazine (dot) com
http://linuxmagazine.com/ jbrockmeier at linux hyphen mag DOT com.
http://www.tuxmagazine.com/ editor at tuxmagazine dot com
http://cmykmag.com/
http://www.computerarts.co.uk/ dom dot hall at futurenet dot co dot uk http://www.computerarts.co.uk/contacts
http://www.theopensourcereport.com/ ryanlerch contact at theopensourcereport dot com
http://www.builderau.com.au/ ryanlerch Chris Duckett, editor at builderau dot com dot au
http://www.zdnet.com.au ryanlerch edit at zdnet dot com dot au
http://lwn.net

Other