Thank you, sir admin @downey. Thanks to your addition of emoticon at FLOSS.social instance, finally I can make this poll.
Honestly, I wish other emoticon will be added too particularly :kdenlive: :mypaint: :synfig: and anything else I mentioned at my Free Graphics Suite https://www.ubuntubuzz.com/2020/06/complete-graphic-design-suite-on-ubuntu-2004.html. Thanks in advance!
Good news: now and emoticons are available on FLOSS.social instance thanks to sir admin @downey. I am really grateful, Sir!
Hello friends who are involved in this toot at the moment, below is my desktop with free design software. It is @ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa when I wrote this toot. How are yours? Let me see.
(it is used on my latest article Ubuntu Graphic Design Suite https://www.ubuntubuzz.com/2020/06/complete-graphic-design-suite-on-ubuntu-2004.html)
@JoshuaRystedt @gamayun @TaigaTiger@kiwifarms.cc @matt @veer66 @aeonofdiscord @squeakypancakes @bub @minx @Alonealastalovedalongthe @celesteh @abloo @lucy @rick_777 @anne @hj @mgrondin @email@example.com @michel_slm @gianf
@matt one more talk about Flatpak I found. Thanks, I guess you often share about Flatpak here at Mastodon?
@ademalsasa out of the different alt distribution/sandboxed approaches, Flatpak is the one to beat IMO. AppImage is good but it doesnt have a central way to update many AppImages at once (flatpaks are easy to bulk update).
I detest snaps for many reasons.
@ademalsasa not much, I really want to get into it though. I tried animating in Krita but it's really not set up for it
Gimp by a longggshot.
I stumbled on Gimp maybe almost two decades ago at this point and ever since I have known it as a reliable tool that on any computer is 2 mins and an internet connection away and that is really pretty awesome.
Inkscape is awesome too! I just find myself editing raster images more.
@ademalsasa Darktable - photo editing. Inkscape would be second, but I do use the GNU imp if I need to do during to a picture I didn't take.
@ademalsasa ImageMagick (I tried GraphicsMagick too which is supposed to be faster but I find it is a bit buggy)
@michel_slm hello Michel Salim, I followed your posts and especially those about Fedora. Cool, thanks for sharing ImageMagick!
@ademalsasa hello there! A fellow Indonesian? (Your blog doesn't list a country but it sounds more Indonesian than Malay, your name too) 🇮🇩
@ademalsasa Well Pop_os! is Gnome based but I installed KDE an alt environment to try out. Then liked it enough to keep it around as my daily driver.
@lucy well this isn’t really true Pop_OS! Pop 19.10 is just vanilla Ubuntu Gnome with some baked in extensions and less bloat. I’m running a custom KDE install so literally none of the unique Pop code is actually being used here. The effect would be the same if I took vanilla Ubuntu and installed KDE.
I just haven’t bothered to modify what neofetch pulls.
@lucy what I should be doing is building my own system through Arch but this laptop shipped with Pop_OS! and my current setup has just kind of evolved to what it is today 😂
@ademalsasa @ubuntu @JoshuaRystedt @gamayun @TaigaTiger @matt @veer66 @aeonofdiscord @firstname.lastname@example.org @bub @minx @Alonealastalovedalongthe @celesteh @abloo @lucy @rick_777 @anne @hj @redstarfish @michel_slm @gianf
At work i run Manjaro with MATE desktop. Dual monitor.
i'll post my home desktop later on.
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