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.

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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!

    Cheers

  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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