__/ [ Jim Richardson ] on Saturday 27 May 2006 06:12 \__
> On Fri, 26 May 2006 16:29:44 +0100,
> B Gruff <bbgruff@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On Friday 26 May 2006 15:49 Handover Phist wrote:
>>> Roy Schestowitz :
>>>> They also work on Google Earth at the moment, among other desktop
>>>> applications which are being ported to Linux. Picasa has just been
>>> Not Found
>>> The requested URL /linux/ was not found on this server.
>> It's not just you. See:-
>> - which also (at the bottom) gives direct links to the downloads.
Too much Wine at Google?
>> Perhaps somebody could clue me in? It seems that they offer an RPM (for
>> example). Does this mean that the WINE bit is "transparent to the user",
>> as it were, and that one installs it like any other app?
> If it's compiled against winelib. Then it's just another linux binary.
> But what does Picassa offer that say, Fspot doesn't? It seems to me,
> that Google may have missed the boat on this one.
FSpot is great, but it doesn't have the Google logo/trademark or the
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