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2 questions: Who created PDN and why?

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When I was recently reading the forum rules (before asking this question) I wondered, who created PDN and why? And also, why does it say, "you are not authorized to read this forum" when i click a link to a forum?


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You can't access the legacy tuts because they are being phased out.

Rick Brewster created Paint.NET as his senior project at Washington State a few years ago. Why Paint.NET? Well I can only assume Rick has a master plan which will inevitably lead to loads of cash and BMW's. I guess that part's still in beta. Until then Rick is continuing development for Paint.NET. :P

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You can find out a great deal about Paint.NET and its development here http://blog.getpaint.net

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