GIMP, GNU Image Manipulation Program is an interactive mind map based on GIMP, GNU Image Manipulation Program, User Manual.
GIMP or the GNU Image Manipulation Program is a free raster graphics editor used to process digital graphics and photographs.
Typical uses include creating graphics and logos, resizing and cropping photos, altering colors, combining multiple images, removing unwanted image features,
enhancing photographs, converting between different image formats,
and filters like Blur, Noise, Edge-Detect, Enhance, Generic, Light and Shadow, Distorts, Artistic, Map, Render, Web, Animation,
Alpha to Logo, Decor, and Combine.
GIMP can also be used to create basic animated images in GIF format. It is often used as a free software replacement for Adobe Photoshop, the most widely used bitmap editor in the printing and graphics industries; however, it is not designed to be a Photoshop clone. The project's mascot is named Wilber.
The GNU Project is a free software, mass collaboration project, announced on September 27, 1983 by Richard Stallman. It initiated the GNU operating system, software development for which began in January 1984. The founding goal of the project was, in the words of its initial announcement, to develop "a sufficient body of free software to get along without any software that is not free."
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November 17, 2008