2005 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice AwardsThis forum is for the 2005 LinuxQuestions.org Members Choice Awards.
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Wanted to vote for Gimp, but failing to provide an easy, effective Red-eye tool (in the default install), which would be useful to so many photo-hobbiests, is a bummer.
Gimp is great. But many people are into digital photography now. Are the project leaders must be spending too much time buried in code? Or living in the past? So many times they have made the right choices. Perhaps I am unreasonable. Anyway, with regard to this choice, they are missing the obvious.
I recently tried Scribus as a possible replacement for Pagemaker/InDesign and was very disappointed. This application claims to do professional-level page layout, yet it doesn't even do paragraph fills any better than WordStar did 20 years ago. Scribus may be off to a good start, but it's got a long, long way to go before it even equals PageMaker v1.0.