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Why fotowall is not incuded in the list? fotowall is a wondorful Graphics Application.Shotwell also should have included in the list.It is the only Application( as per my knowledge) which makes albums Year/month /date wise
from assorted lot of photes.
Last edited by kishor joshi; 01-31-2014 at 12:02 AM.
Reason: Coment for Shotwell is included.
Darktable - Check it out and you'll see the light :)
Originally Posted by farmerdave
So many great applications here, but I've only just discovered darktable and its fantastic for raw photo developing. It gets my vote this year.
Being more into sysadmin/enginnering, I don't do a lot of graphics oriented stuff. Pretty much limited to minimal image editing, for which historically GIMP was pretty much the only, defacto standard FOSS option on Linux/Unix. Hence, it has historically gotten my vote. And yeah, while it is nice that GIMP finally offers single pane option, that it has historically not has never been a real big deal to me for my use case.
This year, however, Darktable gets the nod for offering a highly functional GTK based FOSS photo editing/management option that doesn't also pull in the bulk of Gnome as dependencies. Sweet!!!