Next Monday I intend to release the first supported version of gnome-color-manager (2.29.1) into the wild.
There have been quite a few new features added to git master recently, and very many bugs squashed. I wanted to thank Pascal de Bruijn for the hours and hours of regression testing he’s been doing, and quite a few other people on the mailing list that have also been reporting bugs before the release. There are quite a few translations already committed, so the first release should look really good.
New features added in the last couple of weeks:
- Ability to support and manage “disconnected” devices
- Cairo CIE widget showing gamut ranges
- Ability to delete and import existing profiles
- Adding of the rendering intent settings to the DBus interface for applications to use
More testing is always welcome. Thanks!