Hello Jiaxiang / Joshua,
I agree Sodipodi is a great tool.
Thanks Jiaxiang for your Video Tutorials Online !
There is a place where you could speak about your work :
I send there all I can find about Sodipodi but I'm French and my english
is not enough good so I only write in French section.
I usualy write in the French section (like others) and I gonna speak
about your tutorials (even if it's only in english)
You'll see there :
(Note for french users : see the link about linuxgraphic in the page)
Send us your next tutorials and thanks for your great job !
>Date: Sun, 3 Oct 2004 05:22:00 -0700 (PDT)
>From: Jiaxiang <jwasheville@...>
>Subject: [Sodipodi-list] Sodipodi Video Tutorials Online
>Sodipodi is a great tool.
>I've made a few Sodipodi video tutorials that give
>super-quick introductions to the tools and powers of
>Sodipodi. Since they begin from the absolute basics of
>Sodipodi, I don't expect anyone on this mailing list
>to need them, but maybe you know someone who might.
>There are only 5 videos as of this writing, but ,ore
>in-depth video tutorials are planned for the future...
>Remember to support Sodipodi development by supporting
Thanks for the nice link.
I can't wait to do some more complex tutorials.
My next major goal is to get a couple Sodipodi (plus GIMP) portfolio images
into "the world's best-selling creative magazine": Creative Arts Magazine.
(With credits and praise for both.) Their most recent issue was soaked with
Adobe; both the artists and writers of the magazine were saying how great Adobe
products are - it even had an entire DVD of Adobe trial products (Adobe
Creative Suite)! :Z
With such quality programs like Sodipodi and GIMP out there, it makes me
frustrated that people will spend hundreds on "industry standard" software and
totally miss these jewels of not just open source software but of software in
Besides, donating part of the hundreds of dollars to Sodipodi and/or GIMP
developers would be better spent, in my opinion.
(Since discovering Sodipodi and the GIMP, I've stopped using Adobe products
News: Unknown to the Sodipodi developers, I'm working on a manual that
documents ALL the tools and features of Sodipodi. Twelve pages have already
been written - and I haven't gotten to the dialogs yet.