Shotwell 0.17 landed in Ubuntu 14.04 with bug fixes

Recently, there were various discussions about Shotwell's state, namely, Yorba's position related to the image viewer and organizer, as well as various concerns expressed by users about a potential abandonment of Shotwell.

Shortly after, the Yorba developers cleared the minor confusion about Shotwell, stating that the handy image application continues to be developed and maintained by Yorba (nothing changes).

Shotwell 0.15.1 released with fixes

Shotwell is a free open-source image organizer, permitting the management of numerous images, as well as allowing the user to edit images with a basic-yet-handy set of functionalities, Shotwell allowing both management and editing.

Weeks ago, Shotwell 0.15 was released, version presenting itself as a major version introducing interesting features, including the real-time display of to-be-cropped portions directly inside the cropping dialog.

Shotwell 0.14.1 released with bug fixes

Ubuntu ships by default Shotwell, digital photo manager designed in mind with numerous features and a clear, intuitive interface, while providing online service integration.

Days ago, Shotwell 0.14 was released, adding long-awaited features and enhancements, major stable version strengthened now by the just-released Shotwell 0.14.1.

Shotwell 0.13 adds Tumblr support, privacy options and fixes

Shotwell, Ubuntu's default digital photo organizer, has been updated to another meaningful release, 0.13, introducing new features and under-the-hood changes.

The new 0.13 release adds support for Tumblr, consequently, users are now able to easily upload images to Tumblr directly from inside Shotwell.

The Tumblr plugin is disabled by default, in order to activate it, navigate to Shotwell-->Edit-->Plugins-->check Tumblr

The easy guide to Ubuntu 12.04's media creation

Ubuntu is definitely a full-fledged operating system that can successfully handle not only "common" daily tasks (reading an email, browsing the web, watching a movie, etc) but also complex "workflows", such as dealing, maneuvering and editing media-oriented actions, where creativity can be unleashed and corroborated with powerful applications, apps "situated" usually 1-click away in the warmth and "coolness" of Ubuntu Software Center.

How can we express our creativity, passion, feeling, demands, requirements, intentions via software usable in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS?

Shotwell 0.12.3 released with bug fixes


Ubuntu's default photo manager, Shotwell, has been updated to version 0.12.3, bringing bug fixes and various improvements.

The new 0.12.3 release adds improved file detection on various cameras, correct exposing of all tags (fixes the missing tags bug), improved usable autoenhace, as well as proper zoom actions.

How do we install Shotwell 0.12.3?
Add the following official PPA (Oneiric)