Xubuntu Graphics

Mauricio Hernandez Z. mhz.chile at gmail.com
Fri Feb 10 23:30:24 UTC 2006

> Resource-wise, I don't think it is any worse than Gimp. Agree on the
> vector part. The only thing is: Most people don't do vector graphics,
> and so Inkscape may take up room where a more-used package could go.


Yeah, I understand Inkscape may not be aimed to 'most people' but on the
other hand, including will give chances for these people to get to know
it and use it. Including such powerful apps. will also give us
advantages considering we have more space than GNOME or KDE based CD's.

What I mean is:

We ship apps that are powerful, high end, and some of them represent
clear equivalents to M$ apps. users are used to see, use or even
ilegally use, only this time these are free as in freedom and can also
be installed in old hardware.


Mauricio Hernandez Z.

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