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 fotonix
441xp

Last login: 2016-02-28 18:27:53
 


what me worry
 New Zealand
Rosa
Cinnamon Edition
Biography:

Using Unix since 1991, Linux Mint since Felicia.

Old school RDBMS / ETL scripting, automation and integration guy. Now a photographer by day.

Friends:

davidedellerba (56642xp)
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Favorite software:
gpick
"Just what I was looking for, great!"
juk
"Small, packed with features and intuitive. Listed ALL tracks in one long list, not grouped - maybe a setting. Instant lyrics & artwork lookup."
scribus
"Full-strength DTP. Have made new converts of very experienced users of other DTP products."
inkscape
"Loving this since many versions ago. Excellent! 27.2.2015 - no sign of newer 0.98 release of this in repos."
transmission
"Great for those massive distro release ISO files."
photofilmstrip
"Easy to use and tweak, has proved itself for several projects."
darktable
"This aims to be absolutely pro-level, mature, smooth, beautiful! Thank you developers! There are aspects of the GUI that are not quite intuitive, but I found a lot of help in the nearly 200 page PDF manual that is available. Image quality of the output is superb, making the learning curve and processing time(from RAW) worth it. NOTE: LM-13 Maya is stuck on v0.9.3 where LM-17 Qiana gets v1.4 which is a VAST improvement!"
focuswriter
"Simple and clean, helps get the job done. Have missed this simplicity since the first WordPerfect for DOS - oops, that dates me :)"
cairo-dock
"Yes! Now this is a pro-looking dock!"
rapid-photo-downloader
"Completely key application for photography at any level. This brings the files from the camera to the computer and renames them - all custom configurable to my taste. Well designed and not over-complicated, works perfectly. Once the paths and renaming were set up, which was easy and flexible, it forms the first step in my new workflow. I then use rawstudio for developing, gimp for any tweaks, the std file manager for arranging folders, and kb3 for archiving. NOtE: the Ubuntu repository version is way old, set up the ppa to the original!"
gthumb
"Closest thing to Irfanview available in Linux. Devs, please, change JPG Comments to write into the file as GiMP and Irfanview do - not as a sidecar file. This fits 99.5% and deserves its 5 stars!"
bleachbit
"very nice to keep your system clean and running optimally."
imagemagick
"I have discovered only 0.005% of what this can do and I am already very impressed. It now underpins some scripts I wrote to do jobs like creating thumbnails or translate between formats. Works flawlessly."
gparted
"Simply the best!"
nemo
"The more I use it and discover details in there for the power user, the more I love it. Thank you."
wifite
"I can now do an actual test on my home wifi!"
gnome-sudoku
"Very enjoyable, thank you."
mypaint
"I can see this being useful as I wean off of several Windows apps in my workflow. :)"
gimp
"Huge new learning curve after mastering PS of course. Gimp is a powerhouse and I have only begun to explore its labrynths and try to crack into its secret ways (eg Scripting to replace Actions). Many online tuts and videos are for deprecated versions and of little help. Updated Q3 2013, when shall we finally get v2.8 in Linux? Pretty please."
xaos
"Great fun, controls are out of the way but fairly obvious - F1=Help, Q=Quit."
fraqtive
"Very nice, smooth and fast."
k3b
"Does what I want the way I want it."
luckybackup
"Backups should be this simple, and effective. Great GUI on top of tried, tested and trusted Unix utils."
tint
"Cool, compact, commandline. Refreshingly retro."
filelight
"Awesome tool for KDE, where I use Gnome and use the equivalent there."
baobab
"Just discovered this, while finding OverDisk for my legacy XP box. This is awesome!!"
samba
"Comes with the standard install which is just perfect."
system-config-samba
"Made the config easier than the already relatively easy, thank you."
gpicview
"Packs a punch for its tiny size. I am impressed."
scite
"One of the nicest editors around. The Win alternative, Notepad++ is based on Scite. For the perfect editor I would marry Scite and Geany (which can't handle multiple files as Scite does)."
posterazor
"Easy to use and very useful."
bibletime
"Very nice to see a good native Linux app in this space."
widelands
"My kids figured out this game in a few minutes and are absolutely stuck there since then. "Better than minecraft" they say."
speedcrunch
"Very cool."
audacity
"This is one of my favourite applications. More than enough for my simple needs."
keepassx
"Indispensable. I love this application."
meld
"Works nicely."
digikam
"Growing to like this even over GiMP. Intuitive GUI (rare) and makes photo editing and management as fun as it can be."
kipi-plugins
"I found the expro blending worked very nicely for me, thank you."
qtpfsgui
"Strange name, seems to be the GUI glue over several bits of software? Does the job well and helped me move another major piece of photography workflow over to Linux."
pinta
"100% rocks!!! Yay, I eventuallyfound it in Software Manager. Should be featured much higher and more visibly because it is a great application."
stellarium
"The absolute gold standard for stargazing software."
audacious
"Just what I needed. Small, simple and functional."
wifi-radar
"Exactly what I needed, works perfectly."