F-Spot is a personal photo management application for the GNOME desktop. It simplifies digital photography by providing intuitive tools to help you share, touch-up, find, and organize your images. These tools include editing, color adjustments, tags, Photo CD creation, and exporting for upload.
|Tags||Desktop Environment tools multimedia Graphics Editors Raster-Based Graphics Conversion Presentation Viewers|
|Licenses||GPL GPLv2 LGPL|
Release Notes: Several crashes were fixed. Obsolete code was removed. The Taglib# code now comes from the official repository, and many bugs in it were fixed.
Release Notes: This is the first stable release incorporating all the changes from the 0.7.x development series, including a more stable and hackable codebase with various clean-ups, use of Taglib# and gvfs, and hundreds of bugfixes.
Release Notes: Glade was replaced by GtkBuilder. Various code clean-ups and refactorings were made, with more use of Hyena. Fixes were made to Taglib#. IconView was split up and made much more modular. Copying to clipboard was fixed along with 20 further bugs.
Release Notes: A switch was made to a new Taglib#-backed metadata layer. Support for XMP sidecars was added. Several usability improvements and performance improvements were implemented. Many clean-ups and bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: This is the first development release towards 0.8, within the new versioning scheme. The goal is make the code more stable and hackable, in order to solve long-standing issues such as performance and memory usage. Notable changes are: faster and less memory-hungry importation, reparenting and detaching support, replacement of gphoto2-sharp with gvfs for increased stability, fixed Facebook support, modernized unit tests, a new build system, functional duplicate detection, mouse selection in the icon view, panning support using the middle mouse button, and UI improvements. Over 100 bugs were fixed.