Remove OO Draw from the default install
bobbo at ubuntu.com
Sun May 16 17:53:10 UTC 2010
On 16 May 2010 15:26, Dane Mutters <dmutters at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, 2010-05-16 at 09:49 -0400, Michael Robinson wrote:
> > I've found Dia to be useful for diagrams. It's a lot like Visio (the
> > flowchart program in MS Office).
> I took a look at Dia in the Ubuntu Software Center. While it looks
> well-adapted for diagramming schematics and such, I'm not sure how it
> would do with flow charts and the like. Any thoughts on that?
I have used Dia a bit and found it quite clunky and difficult to use. The
graphics in the files aren't spectacular either. I haven't used Openoffice
Draw before but seeing was we include much of OO.o anyway, I don't think it
would really make too much sense to replace it with something that is
(apparently, again I have not used OO Draw) not much better.
Are there any other suggestions for a replacement app? Dia seems to really
be the other go-to app for diagramming, but it doesn't really feel
"professional" or sleek enough to include in the default install.
David Futcher (bobbo)
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