akitae at gmail.com
Sun Jul 29 20:53:56 BST 2007
Well, i still use several other aplications. Mainly i use: Photoshop,
Premiere, Dreamweaver, Combustion and Maya. lot of others, but this ones are
the main ones.
Im trying to work with nvu and scream, gimpshop and inkscape, and cinerella.
but sincerely i HATE the way they arent the same. but im working to learn
Date: Sat, 28 Jul 2007 13:40:53 -0500
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Subject: [Ubuntu Studio] Welcome, Marco (one week late)
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I'm Jeff, and I've been involved in publishing as a writer, photographer and
editor since 1972. I also play music, and for several years I was a
television producer. So ... much of my work experience relates to media.
I'm curious what tools you have used in the past, before coming to Ubuntu? I
think we might help one another more if we know more about our different
For photography and design, I have used Photoshop and several good shareware
programs including Polyview, Irfanview and XnView (mostly in Windows, but
some Photoshop on the Mac). I continue to use Photoshop at work, but I use
the GiMP at home and I like it. For layout and design, I have used mainly
Quark XPress and Adobe Pagemaker. I have used Adobe Illustrator only a
little, and Inkscape a little less!
Welcome to Ubuntu Studio! Other than the GiMP, Most of my experience here so
far is with Audacity, which I used first in Windows.
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> Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2007 21:17:41 +0100
> From: "Marco Alexandre" <akitae at gmail.com>
> Subject: First time.
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> Who am i...
> I'm a designer from Portugal and I've been struggling to get in Linux for
> some months now.
> Well, the lack of everything is getting me installing windows then getting
> tired of it again, installing Linux, then windows again... iv been trying
> Ubuntu since v6.06.
> Surprisingly this latest version of Ubuntu worked better, and for the
> that passed, iv being acquiring more understanding of the capabilities of
> Linux and how to work with it.
> I stumbled upon Ubuntu Studio some hours ago, witch made me yell at the
> office "THATS IT", the distribution that i was looking for. And it is,
> it might still don't do all the stuff that i want, but the principle is
> there (since at this time i m still downloading).
> Its the first time that i feel the will of being part of a community, and
> that is what i want. I'm a image and video professional, for 10 years now,
> for the audio i cant help much because simply i don't work with it. but i
> have a several musicians and sound technicians friends that i already
> and passed the word of Ubuntu Studio, some of them i was already teaching
> the ways of Ubuntu. But today, everything has changed. :)
> I'm not quite sure how can i help on Ubuntu Studio, or even if you want or
> need my help.
> But i really would like to contribute in this.
> I will leave a thought, if developers develop Linux and other programs,
> because they need the system and the applications to work better. But, if
> they aren't designers, why should they commit to develop "decent"
> Best regards,
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