[ubuntu-in] Giving up the GIMP is a sign of Ubuntu's mainstream maturity - A rebuttal
arvind.bernaulli at gmail.com
Fri Dec 4 17:56:11 GMT 2009
On Tue, Dec 1, 2009 at 20:47, Ramnarayan.K <ramnarayan.k at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 30, 2009 at 12:28 AM, Dibyajyoti Mohapatra <dibyam at vubites.com
> > wrote:
>> only do not agree with the comment that ubuntu is "dumbed down version of
> Ubuntu without gimp is dumbed is what i wanted to say
We can't reach for a conclusion like that. There are deifnitely better
photo editors like photoshop. Perhaps what canonical is trying is to move
forward. I think energy should be used to port the best of software to
ubuntu desktop in every catagory. Gimp is just used for photoediting which
is just a type of software.
I mean whole debate about evoulution,
thunderbird or any other software is debatable. What I care about is just I
can install ubuntu effortlessly and install those software which I like to
use in every catagory.
One last point I would like to make is
that slimming down Ubuntu or bloating it should not depend on bandwidth.
>> However softwares such as thunderbird, wvdial & GIMP should not be removed
>> and removing such packages has nothing to do with maturity. Maturity users
>> can customize their system in their own way anyways.
>> totally agree
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