Soon (6-9 may) is the time for LGM (Libre Graphics Meeting) – in Montreal this year. LGM is a groovy arto-codo-free-softwariconference, where you get to chat and hear people present about Blender, GIMP, Inkscape, Scribus, Krita, GEGL, Hugin and more – many of the programs that we depend on to make tube.
At least two Tube project team-members will be there- Martin Poirier is presenting about Blender 2.5 (he’s one of those mythical ‘coder’ people), and it looks like I’ll be presenting “Short Tube, Free Pipeline” and about “Video Editing using Blender with Real-World Examples” (at least, my proposals both show up on the tentative schedule.) In addition, there is some possiblity that other team-members might show up (Jean-Sebastian isn’t far away, and Jason and Kursad have both threatened they *might* show up,) giving us the opportunity to organize a late night blend and hack session or two for the project. If you’re in the area, come see us, maybe we’ll force you to work 😉