The Gimp is a great tool. Not only does it allow me semi-professionally manage my pictures (those things that I don't have) or create hackergochis; it also allows me to print pictures of decent quality on my deskjet (at home) or color laserjet (at the office).
Or at least, it did. For some reason, the File->Print option is simply gone. Nowhere to be found. And control+p, which used to be the shortcut to print stuff (as it is on every decent thing) is now suddenly mapped to some palette dialog that I've never heard of.
I want my print back!
Update: Right. Turns out I need to install the gimp-print package, which was pushed off my system somehow with the libgimpprint->libgutenprint transition. Fixed, now.
There's been lots of talk on Planet Debian about the new CSS stylesheet for bugs.debian.org. Most people seem to likee it; I don't. The reason for that is very simple, actually; I was used to the 'old' layout now, and this new layout requires me to look more carefully for the information I need.
That of course would've been the case for almost every rewrite of the bugs.d.o layout, but still.
That being said, I shouldn't be yelling about bugs.d.o too much; I have way too old bugs outstanding. Should fix them, uh, "soon".
Ian Murdock about building Debian in a few weeks: "Ok, so I was a bit off." Right...
Anyway, I'm a bit glad he was. Otherwise there wouldn't have been anything for us left to do, and I wouldn't have been part of this thriving community which I love.