[Scribus] Finally: heise.de recognises scribus - report on release of 1.3

Maciej Hanski ma_han2000
Sun Jul 17 16:14:49 CEST 2005

Christoph Sch?fer wrote:
> The German publisher Heise has finally recognised scribus development as
> "news-worthy" and published the 1.3 release on its news site:
> http://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/61763
> For those of you who don't know Heise: Heise is *the* German language
> authority on IT related subjects. It publishes c't magazine, iX,
> Technology Review and high quality books on computer science. heise.de
> is a "must-read" for everyone in IT and one of the most popular German
> web sites. When they advertised for c't magazine a few years ago with
> the slogan "the Bible", no one complained, which is telling ...
> Until now, scribus was treated as an "also ran" in the field of
> publishing software. I can only guess, but 1.3 seems to have impressed
> the editors, since they are extremely demanding (their reputation is
> built on that).
Hi Christoph,
I'm a c't magazine addict myself and can only agree with what you've
said about its quality (I wish we had something like that in my native
language), but it's surely not the first time they've approvingly
mentioned Scribus and it's makers. Read this for example, they published
it 1,5 years ago:



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