Linked by Amjith Ramanujam on Fri 11th Jul 2008 15:42 UTC
Linux "Linux App Finder's mission is to catalog useful GNU/Linux programs and provide a great resource to discover new apps". The programs are organized in categories to browse the collection. It has an alternatives page to find an equivalent Linux app to replace your Windows or OS X app when you make that switch. The app's page has user submitted screenshots and a research section where links to reviews for that app is provided.
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Comment by CGI_Joe
by CGI_Joe on Fri 11th Jul 2008 23:58 UTC
CGI_Joe
Member since:
2008-02-20

The Photoshop "alternatives" were humorous. There really should be a bare minimum for what can be considered an alternative. Barring that, possibly a list of what's missing in the Linux versions.

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RE: Comment by CGI_Joe
by spikeb on Sat 12th Jul 2008 00:37 in reply to "Comment by CGI_Joe"
spikeb Member since:
2006-01-18

you can't use one single app to replace all that photoshop does - i fail to see why this matters.

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RE[2]: Comment by CGI_Joe
by CGI_Joe on Sat 12th Jul 2008 00:50 in reply to "RE: Comment by CGI_Joe"
CGI_Joe Member since:
2008-02-20

It matters because when someone says "These are Photoshop Alternatives." I expect them to be Photoshop alternatives.

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RE: Comment by CGI_Joe
by Marsolin on Mon 14th Jul 2008 18:30 in reply to "Comment by CGI_Joe"
Marsolin Member since:
2008-07-14

That's why they are "alternatives" and not "equivalents." No one app on any OS can match Photoshop overall, but if you are a Photoshop user and looking for "alternatives" then the listed apps could be potential solutions.

Chad
http://linuxappfinder.com
http://feedsanywhere.com

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