The Wonders of F-Spot

Even though I’ve been using Ubuntu for a while, and I more than love my collection of Mono applications, I’ve never actually ever used F-Spot.

So today I tried it and… I’m in love. šŸ˜‰

It’s a simple, intuitive interface, and best of all, it can export to online hosts rather easily (read: Flickr) and seems to be extremely usable. I’ll definitely keep using it in the future.


3 Responses to “The Wonders of F-Spot”

  1. 1 Johnny Chadda April 28, 2007 at 7:29 pm

    I have one gripe with F-spot, and it’s the ability to sort the collection by folders, or at least albums on a meta-level.

    Right now everything is just one big heap of images, which can be good for some things but it could be better.

    But yes, it can export to Gallery2!


  2. 2 SwitchBL8 May 6, 2007 at 10:26 am

    F-Spot is a Adobe Photoshop Album clone, but a very very good one. And it has one advantage over the “real” thing and that is speed. Adobe for reason decided that a Microsoft Access database as storage would be sufficient, but Access (as most Windows-users know) is very slow when handling lots of data. My picture-collection is in the 5-digit range and growing fast, so Adobe didn’t cut it anymore.
    After a Windows crash (not Adobe PSA related šŸ˜‰ I switched to Ubuntu with F-Spot. Can’t say I miss PSA…

    F-Spot rocks!

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