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ingimp

ingimp (Instrumented GIMP) is an instrumented version of the GNU Image Manipulation Program that automatically collects usability (usage) data, such as the commands used, the size of images worked on, and so on. This data is transmitted to ingimp.org where it is analyzed and available for anyone to download. ingimp is intended to shed light onto how the software is actually used in practice. It can be used as a snap-in replacement for the GIMP.

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  •  03 Mar 2008 07:30

    Release Notes: There are no changes to ingimp itself. This is just a sync with the latest version of GIMP, which is a minor bugfix release.

    •  12 Feb 2008 21:34

      Release Notes: There are no changes to ingimp itself. This is just a sync with the latest version of GIMP, which is a minor bugfix release.

      •  20 Dec 2007 19:09

        Release Notes: This is the first ingimp release of the 2.4 series of GIMP, bringing the instrumented application up to date with the official distribution.

        •  03 Sep 2007 06:19

          Release Notes: This version is the first version ported to Mac OS X. Precompiled RPMs are also available. This version also includes a set of illustrations describing how the software functions.

          •  01 Sep 2007 22:21

            Release Notes: This version is the first version ported to Mac OS X. Precompiled RPMs are also available. This version also includes a set of illustrations describing how the software functions.

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