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apart from gimp , which is a "traditional super weight" ... i i just found out that krita is quite good ... not sure about the point of it while we already have gimp(which is faster in comparision on my machine) but i have to say that krita is awsome ...
//also , whats amaze me is that krita makes sound when i close it ... truly amazing ...
Distribution: Slackware, Slackwarearm, Salix and Porteus
This is a tough one that I don't feel god about voting on. With cxoffoce I could run MS aps but for image editing it's always gimp, for desktop publishing its always scribus. Inkscape is now the prefered graphics tool for one user in our home but I must say that Kidpix was a must have when that person was younger.
The people involved with all of these aps should get 1st place recognition AFAIAC.