I could probably write ya one. I think we should all get together and make one big one by the community, with each person assigned a different part to write about. I could put it all together in the end as one big guide to the Gimp GUI by the Gimper.net community.
Have you seen my newest Photoshop tuts' PDF file? I could use the layout of that PDF to write a sort of ebook as a guide to the Gimp. Of course there are going to have to be a few changes to it, but it's neat and easy to read along to. We just need to get something together and everyone write their own part to it, I'll edit and proofread, and then we'll have this one big, community-made ebook to the Gimp.
Think about it....
So I think we can do this. I can get something set up as to who is assigned what part based on how well/skilled they are at it. And if they're not, then, well, they'll have to learn. Alongside the PDF, I could also feature an online version, but it won't be as detailed (hence the value of downloading a PDF file).
But first, I'll going to need all of you to help me gather a list of what topics we should feature and what we shouldn't. Shouldn't as in irrelevant, not enough information to support it, stuff that might be too advanced for a beginner book, etc. (Yes I'm thinking about making an advanced book afterward if this one is successful enough...)
So, whatcha guys think?