News for 2017
This year's Inkscape hackfest was held at the Carrefour Numérique², in Paris, France. Nine developers and contributors joined together to fight bugs, add features and talk about the future of Inkscape development and community.Read more
The Inkscape project has completed it's planned move from launchpad using the bazaar repository system, to GitLab using the git repository system.Read more
Developers are planning for the 3rd annual Inkscape Hackfest - this year to be in Paris, France. Lucky hackers! It will be held from June 27th through July 1st, at Carrefour Numérique, which is a Fablab/hackerspace located inside Paris's modern science museum, Cité des sciences et de l'industrie.
Hackfests are usually rare opportunities for programmers to come together in person, for intense hacking sessions. We usually notice increased motivation and excitement about development just before and after hackfests, and a flurry of activity with the code.Read more
A small team of translators and other editors is excited to announce that work has started on an Inkscape guide, which is written specifically for beginners. The focus is on "how" rather than "why", and is meant to gently guide new Inkscape users through all the most basic features.
Technically, it's derived from a manual which was originally published by a French team, led by Elisa de Castro Guerra. Currently the focus is on translating it to English. Once translated, it will be ready for a few updates. And we've discussed adding some extra chapters or features, such as a glossary and/or a troubleshooting section.Read more
The Inkscape project announces an update to its 0.92.0 release, bringing important bug and regression fixes, updated translations, and improved documentation.
Inkscape 0.92.1 is a stability and bugfix release. Below are listed the main changes. For a more complete list, see:Read more
The latest Inkscape release, Inkscape 0.92, is now available for you to install on OS X via MacPorts, and as a distribution-independent snap package for GNU/Linux.Read more
The Inkscape project announces a new version 0.92 of its popular vector drawing software. New features include mesh gradients, improved SVG2 and CSS3 support, new path effects, interactive smoothing for the pencil tool, a new Object dialog for directly managing all drawing elements, and much more. Infrastructural changes are also under way, including a switch to CMake from the venerable Autotools build system.Read more