Color Management Test Day Thursday 2010-02-18
Dariusz J. Garbowski
thuforuk at yahoo.co.uk
Wed Feb 17 01:48:20 UTC 2010
Features/ColorManagement describes per-screen / per-output support. I have a dual monitor setup here
(potentially even triple-monitor if I could setup SurroundView with on-board Radeon and discrete
Radeon card). I don't see test case for multi-monitor setups. Is this planned or supported already?
On 16/02/10 02:31 PM, Adam Williamson wrote:
> It's Test Day time again!
> This Thursday, 2010-02-18, will be Color Management Test Day. There's
> some exciting new color management features in Fedora 13. That is to
> say, there are color management features in Fedora 13! We've never had
> any real color management in Fedora before, so this is great news for
> photographers and designers in particular - but everybody, really.
> The good news is testing for this Test Day is very easy - anyone with a
> monitor can do most of the testing. A scanner, printer, webcam or
> colorimeter let you do some other tests. You don't need a Rawhide
> installation to do the testing, just a nightly live image will do
> fine, and the testing process is fully documented and won't take more
> than a few minutes. So come out and help us test! Even if you don't use
> Fedora, you can test very easily with a live image, and this is one of
> those features that's popping up in Fedora first but will soon appear in
> all distributions (as it'll be part of GNOME itself), so you'll be
> helping your own distribution by testing.
> The Test Day will run all day in Freenode IRC #fedora-test-day.
>  http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Test_Day:2010-02-18_Color_management
>  https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/ColorManagement
>  http://alt.fedoraproject.org/pub/alt/nightly-composes/desktop/
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