First of all, I am totally happy that you now looking after the Design Spin.
Now I had some time to watch over the list and I have some requests.
* Swatchbooker http://www.selapa.net/swatchbooker/
its a tool for manage
swatches, mostly color sets now, its not active developed but it still
works and is helpful for e.g. converting color palettes from adobe swatch
exchange (*.ase) to *.gpl. Its not packaged yet but thats not a big deal,
* Phatch http://photobatch.stani.be/
its a batch tool with an GUI where you
can process also EXIF data, its packaged and there is also an nautilus
plugin for it. For that you might maybe skip nautilus-image-converter
* GPick you did already take care of
* Alchemy http://al.chemy.org/
, not easy to describe what it does, it
helps to create a creative chaos where you can work with. Its not really
active deloped but it still works, is also not packaged yet. It uses java
* Evolvotron http://www.bottlenose.demon.co.uk/share/evolvotron/
its a tool
for generate creative patterns. Its not packaged yet should be harder as it
* gimp normal map, puiterwijk packaged it now, its for creating normal maps
from images, which u can use for "bump mapping"
* NeoTextureEdit http://neotextureedit.sourceforge.net
it helps you to
create seemless textures, for 3D games or blender. Also not packaged yet,
it uses java
* jlipsync http://jlipsync.lamhauge.dk/
, both do the same taking a
sound file and try to recognize the phonemes. With help of that tool you
can animate 3D/2D speaking characters. jlipsync bases on java and papagayo
on python, personally I prefer Papagayo but its tricky on 64bit machines as
the development stopped and there are no 64bit versions
* StopMotion http://stopmotion.bjoernen.com/
its a tool for creating stop
motion animations with your camera, it was started once from SkoleLinux but
isnt active developed anymore but it still works.
* Tupi http://www.maefloresta.com/portal/
a tool for doing 2d animations,
but easier to learn and handle as SynfigStudio, puiterwik tries to package
it since a few days
think thats all
2013/2/1 Lailah <lailahfsf(a)gmail.com>
El jue, 31-01-2013 a las 10:54 -0800, Luya Tshimbalanga escribió:
I contacted Peter Hanecak, the maintainer of separate+ rpm, who agreed
to maintain it in Fedora repository.
He is currently setting a Fedora account for packaging and will soon
submit the spec for review.
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