Il 18/04/2012 10:47, Jose Carlos Garcia Sogo ha scritto:
> On Wed, Apr 18, 2012 at 10:41 AM, Ivan Tarozzi <itarozzi@...> wrote:
>> Il 18/04/2012 10:11, Jose Carlos Garcia Sogo ha scritto:
>>> On Wed, Apr 18, 2012 at 10:08 AM, Ivan Tarozzi <itarozzi@...> wrote:
>>>> 1. An easy way to compare side by side two or more images. Zooming the
>>>> grid is a way, but the frame border is too large. Also it does not
>>>> permits to put a reference image fixed anche change only the other image
>>> That is a missing feature. It should allow to compare two images,
>>> whatever they are. AFAIK no-one is working on this ATM.
>> Ok, thanks. I have a question: I'm a developer but without experience in
>> gtk gui (I know a little qt). Do you think possible I try to develop
>> this feature? In your experience is a critical module for a beginner
>> developer? And what are rules to share branch with the devaloper team?
> I think you will need to learn some gtk and cairo stuff, but if you
> are a developer, I think you are better than me (which I am not) and I
> manage to write some stuff ;-)
> Regrading the branch, I keep a mirror in github of our git repo. You
> can create a fork of it and push there, so if you want your branch to
> be tested or even merged is as easy as pointing us to it.
Thanks a lot for your answer. I will try to find some tutorial and I
will look around DT code.
But a question about team decision rules... Can I start a new plugin or
a new feature in my hown or there are guidelines to don't contrast with
main development core? Can I start a feature (for example to compare 2
images) without discuss the design with the main dev team?
I know free software permits me to do that, but I would like to work
consistently with main project and dev team. ;)
Sorry for this doubts, but is my first approach to a free software
project as developer and also my english is not so good :)
may be this is a thread for dev mailing list...