Mono required by ubuntu-desktop

George Farris farrisg at
Mon Jul 31 16:49:46 BST 2006

On Mon, 2006-31-07 at 09:58 +0100, Augusto Jun Devegili wrote:
> Jean-Philippe wrote:
> > 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 ?
> Just a few remarks:
> I've never tried F-Spot. I seldom use Eye of Gnome because I'm usually 
> browsing a folder of images, and gThumb lets me:
> * have a folder view, a single image view and a slide-show view;
> * import pictures from a digital camera;
> * quickly resize, desaturate, and adjust colour-levels/hue-saturation.
> I would say that when I need to import images from a digital camera, 
> quickly delete those I'm not interested, and quickly post-process some 
> of the images, gThumb is my work tool.

I would second this gThumb is far better than nautlus/eog or f-spot for
this and as I mentioned before printing.  I would expect at this point
keeping both until f-spot matures a fair bit.

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