GIMP No Longer Packaged with Ubuntu

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whiplash55

Worst photo app ever great way to F-up a picture as was ever invented.

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Mr_Gone

I am all for removing programs that people dont always use... its a pain removing bloat wear when you dont even know is there

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gendoikari1

The one thing I can't stand about GIMP is that a toolbar is a separate window. I much prefer Paint or Paint.net.

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fry

It's pretty silly that this made the news on all the tech sites. It was dumped because it takes up too much space. Install the package yourself if you want it. Big deal.

Next?

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MeTo

I think the bare minimum should be on Ubuntu OS disk. Adding all the extras is where troubles can start. Still have all the extras available by download or request a CD/DVD.

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semillertime

I also agree that this isn't a very big issue as long as they maintain the current version of GIMP in the repository.  The Synaptic Package Manager is certainly easy enough to use for those who are command-line adverse.

-Scott

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Devo85x

 I use GIMP in Ubuntu all the time!  Then again, if I want it... sudo apt-get install... The only problem that would come up is if I dont have an internet connection...

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