Welcome to PIXLS.US Discussion


(Pat David) #1

Welcome to the PIXLS.US discussion!

This is a community for discussing posts from the website as well as a place for photography (and free software) enthusiasts of all levels to learn and share with each other.

The mission statement of PIXLS.US is:

To provide tutorials, workflows and a showcase for high-quality photography using Free/Open Source Software.

This community will be what we all put into it. So let’s build something awesome!

As you take a look around the site, notice that the category called PIXLS.US is specifically for topics that come directly from the website (blog posts and articles). Replies in those topics will show up embedded on the website (it will look just like comments).

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If you need to poke anyone by name, you can use @-mentions, so if you want to get the attention of Pat David, you can simply mention his username: @patdavid.

Formatting Posts

The editor accepts Markdown for formatting. Some simple examples:

*emphasis* = emphasis
**bold** = bold
[link text](http://link-url) = link text

* list item
* list item 2

  • list item 1
  • list item 2

The editor also does “oneboxing”, so links alone on a line will try to create a nice snippet automatically:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GIMP

will produce:

This also works nicely with sites such as Flickr:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/patdavid/16272276998/

As well as 500px:

https://500px.com/photo/90768437/mary-front-by-patrick-david


The Main Site & Blog

Of course, the main website is PIXLS.US.
You can follow the PIXLS.US blog to keep up to date on the status of things.
We also have an IRC channel: #pixls.us on irc.freenode.net.

There’s a Github organization to share code and assets for promoting/presenting on Free Software photography.

You can find the forum FAQ/Guidelines here.


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(Kees Guequierre) #2

FAQ/Guidelines link doesn’t work.


(Pat David) #3

It works for me.<\del> It’s pointing here:

Thanks for catching that. I had to move it out of the staff category. :slight_smile:


(Mica) #4

It’d be nice to mention the GitHub community and it’s projects as being a place to contribute!


(Pat David) #5

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