fedora + mono, any plans for ubuntu?
gustavorfranco at gmail.com
Wed Jan 11 12:44:01 GMT 2006
On 1/10/06, Trent Lloyd <lathiat at bur.st> wrote:
> Sounds to me like your taking a bad experience with beagle and then
> throwing that onto all mono apps, thats not really fair.
> I know f-spot absolutely rocks and has been rock solid for me :) YMMV.
I'm using beagle and tomboy daily and was a f-spot user, since the
early days (i worked in Debian snapshot packages). FYI, f-spot flickr
support is not working with new (yahoo) accounts (being worked), there
are some weird bugs when you start resizing/rotating stuff here and
there, and apply changes for too many pictures. We're talking about
more than 2000 pictures indexed. I won't replicate detailed bug
reports here but everything that i see, is already listed at gnome'
It's well known that beagle leaks a lot, it's way better than a year
ago but it isn't ready to satisfy my needs. I'm not a normal end user,
i've tons of stuff and i know how to tweak the software. I'm sure that
with mono developing fast and the programs around being written by way
better coders than me, they will reach a point where it won't be a
issue anymore. tomboy is already there, but push mono as default is
too much just for a note taking program IMHO.
 = http://bugzilla.gnome.org/browse.cgi?product=f-spot
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