[Noisebridge-discuss] Adobe Lightroom class - Thursday March 3rd, 19:00
jtfoote at ieee.org
Fri Feb 25 19:52:30 UTC 2011
NB I am guilty, if that's the word, of being a closed-source EagleCAD evangelist
even though there are perfectly workable FOSS alternatives (GEDA, KiCAD).
Sometimes it's more about the tools.
Having said that, there's some fine FOSS design toolchains out there:
Blender, Gimp, Inkscape, QCAD, the above mentioned GEDA.
Is it time for a FOSS scrum? I'm up enough on the learning curves of
Blender and QCAD I could give a 5 min overview on how to get started.
QCAD in particular might be handy now that we have a laser cutter.
Anyone used BRL-CAD?
On Fri, Feb 25, 2011 at 11:04 AM, Rubin Abdi <rubin at starset.net> wrote:
> Jonathan Foote wrote, On 20110225 091541:
>> Is that a creative spelling of "http://esr.ibiblio.org/?p=556"?
> I for one would kill for an open source replacement to Lightroom, sadly
> none really exist right now. The closest things are blueMarine and
> RawTherapee, both of which are really far from acting as a mature photo
> management product, let alone non-destructive photo editors.
> There are a couple of close sourced payware solutions for Linux, up at
> the top is Bibble which I've heard good things about but again, no
> Additionally if someone were to teach classes regarding any of these or
> other Linux based photo editors, I'd be happy to sit in. Surprised no
> ones done a 12 step program at Noisebridge yet for getting off the
> Photoshop crack to removing the vale of bad UI design and flow of The GIMP.
> Rubin Abdi
> rubin at starset.net
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