danjele at gmail.com
Fri Feb 10 06:38:03 UTC 2006
On 2/9/06, Oblio <apa_chioara at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > F-Spot. It
> > is an image viewer, it also imports images from
> > cameras; far more versatile than gthumb.
> > I installed it for some of the people I
> > know--who are just learning Linux and everyone liked
> > it.
> > J. Mak
> AFAIK F-Spot is Mono or something. If so, it's
> definitely OUT!.
> Graphic apps:
> - Gimp - paramount - there's basically no other GTK2
> image editor - exceptn TuxPaint and Mtpaint (Mtpaint
> doesn't have a package)
> - Inkscape - useful
> - Dia - useful too, but not vital
> - GIMV is nice; Xzgv too; Gtksee, Gthumb, etc... I'd
> vote vor GIMV (G-something Image Viewer) or Xzgv
> - NVU is crap :) - to put it mildly - don't put
> anything for devel, let the user choose (he should be
> advanced enough); if you have too, there are only a
> few options: NVU is good for WYSIWYG HTML editing, as
> a FrontPage, not Photoshop derivative :), Screem is
> good, Bluefish is nice
> IMHO, only Gimp + imageviewer (GIMV) should be
> included, the rest should be optional.
About Dia ... if in the target are included school maybe that pkge
should came with xubuntu default install.
[x] gqview [not in main]
[x] default install [+] installable
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