Mono required by ubuntu-desktop

Jean-Philippe skateinmars at
Mon Jul 31 09:52:05 BST 2006

Sebastien Bacher a écrit :
> Le lundi 31 juillet 2006 à 11:17 +0900, Jan Moren a écrit :
>> f-spot is an image management application. gthumb is an image viewer.
>> f-spot is very bad at just quickly looking over a directory of images
>> (you need to import images to be able to do anythng), and gthumb is no
>> good for organizing image collections. They are separate apps, and both
>> are needed.
> eog is the official GNOME image viewer, I'm not sure we need to ship
> gthumb too for that function
> Cheers,
> Sebastien Bacher


Are there so many users wo need an additionnal application to manage
their pictures collections ?

If I could suggest something, why don't you just drop gthumb, keep eog
installed by default and put fspot on the cdrom and on the
gnome-app-install list ?

Even if I don't consider myself as a "basic desktop user" I would find
really disturbing to have, out of the box, 3 applications to manage and
view my pictures.


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