gThumb is an image viewer and photo manager for GNOME. It comes with options to edit photos, transfer photos from digital cameras and upload photos to popular websites such as Facebook, PicasaWeb, Photobucket, Flickr and more.
This post is just a short summary of some updated packages in the WebUpd8 PPAs.
gThumb is an image viewer and browser utility for the GNOME environment.
Shotwell, the photo manager which will be default in the upcoming Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat was just updated to version 0.7.
gThumb 2.11.5 was released 2 days ago and is now available in the WebUpd8 PPA. New features in this version include:
I'm a bit sad gThumb 2.11.x (photo manager) was removed from the Ubuntu 10.04 official repositories because the 2.11.x development branch is amazing!
Speaking of gThumb, a new development version - 2.11.3 - has been released.
Changes in gThumb 2.11.3 since 2.11.2:
This week it's time to find out what you consider to be the best Linux photo manager / organizer - so please vote for the application which you find to be the best.
F-Spot is an almost complete photo management application but has a problem (according to many people): it uses MONO. An advantage over similar tools like gThumb is the option to upload to PicasaWeb or Flickr.