This site will look much better in a browser that supports web standards, but it is accessible to any browser or Internet device.
Why not check out the GIMP registry for more scripts? The registry can be found here. Make sure you get a script compatible with your version of the GIMP.
If you've got GIMP version 2.3.5 and you find a script you think might be really cool but it's for a previous version, try the script update tool in our tools section.
This project aims to be the best in class collection of new special effects scripts for the Gimp. Since it is written for Gimp2, it will release requent files starting from pre-release 0.1 to version 1.0 which will then co-incide with Gimp version 2.4 release. Check the download page frequently as there will be plenty of feature releases.
GIMP is an acronym for GNU Image Manipulation Program. It is an excellent bitmap creation and editing tool suitable for such tasks as image creation and photo retouching and editing. GIMP is a very mature tool - it has been around for years. It is extensable through a plug-in architecture as well as through various scripting languages. For more information on GIMP, see the Gimp Homepage. This site introduces the scripts available through it's companion sourceforge site.
A script is an interpreted program that's used to automate a task. There are several scripting languages supported by the Gimp. But by far the most popular is one is called "Script-fu". Script-fu uses SIOD, an implementation of the Scheme programming language which is based on the LISP programming language. Sound scary? Don't worry, that's why this site is here - so you don't have to write your own.