[08:52:58] <svenstaro> hey, could you guys make a new release for the ft 2.5.1 fix?
[08:53:09] <svenstaro> right now, stuff doesn't even make from pypi if you have that version of ft
[08:54:07] <svenstaro> a pillow 2.2.2 for this rather soon would be appreciated :)
[21:25:27] <jazwec> hello guys... ive just installed PIL and im looking for some basic tutorials and examples for it, but i cant find them anywhere.. stuff like chessboard, triangle, circle and so on. do you know where can i find something like that?
[22:30:18] <jazwec> anybode here who could help me, please?
[22:45:17] <wiredfool1> jazwec: have you looked at the PIL handbook?
[22:48:19] <jazwec> wiredfool1 i did but i havent found any examples there...but now i also have bigger problems, i cant successfully install and use the library
[22:49:35] <wiredfool1> ah. what platform and versions are you using?
[22:53:29] <jazwec> unfortunately, im using 64 bit windows 8..and python 2,7
[22:54:22] <wiredfool1> have you tried pillow, or are you committed to pil1.1.7?
[23:29:07] <wiredfool1> so, the practice for pushing out a cherry picked fix is probably a good thing
[23:31:13] <wiredfool1> rather, that we're not supporting 2.0.0, which is what I think is the current one in deb/ubuntu
[23:32:34] <aclark> absolutely, we need to be handle these circumstances. I just don't like to do release unless it's absolutely necessary because that starts the binaries machine (which likely won't happen for 2.2.2, or at least I'd rather wait for 2.3.0 to provide a new set of binaries. But it's up to gohlke i guess.)
[23:34:26] <svenstaro> do you really need to provide binaries for anybody?
[23:34:37] <svenstaro> wouldn't people using pillow build their own chain anyhow?
[23:34:38] <wiredfool1> Is this issue going to affect windows people? This is a compile time issue