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#164

Your free to make one on the wiki, email is not required.

(not that it wont be added anyway as youve gave permission, just the more contributors the better :) )


#165

Oh I know but im reducing my Net footprint, i have too many subs and don't want another TBH :)


#166

Understandable.


#167

In the works

https://tekwiki.beylix.co.uk/index.php/Linux_Software_List


#168

excellent :D

I have some more programs to add here, i assume ( perhaps wrongly ) as i update here from time to time you might move them over to the tekwiki ?

I can alert you to any changes either way so you don't have to keep checking.


#169

The TekWiki page is more or less completed for the time being, links have been added to the website of each program (external links open automatically in a new tab/window). Please let us know what you think.

I noticed that Inkscape is mentioned twice in the 'Video & Image Editing, Design & production'-section.


#170

I plan to split this up into their own sub sections.


#171

Amended thanks.


#172

last I used owncloud it was pretty junky.


#173

Add Hamster - it's a neat time tracking software. Probably fits best into Utilities or Productivity.


#174

added, thanks :)


#175

added blender-game engine
added spriter-pro
added piskel http://www.piskelapp.com/
Discord.

not added but keeping an eye on https://github.com/stanfieldr/ghetto-skype

ghetto-skype :)


#176

Added tool for the Linux desktop, called TextSuggest.

https://github.com/bharadwaj-raju/TextSuggest


#177

Vivaldi - Web Browser
LinSSID - inSSIDer alternative


#178

GTK+ UVC Viewer for video recording.
Redshift color temperature changer, like f.lux.


#179

Added both also created a networking sub category for LinSSID to go into :)

thanks.

also cleaned up the browser descriptions a bit


#180

Already have redshift, i will take a look at GTK+ UVC.


#181

Added itch.io as its great. I Could do with some more game stuff thats on Linux or crossplatform if anyone knows of any smaller outlets.


#182

Don't forget the PDF tools.
Okular ( PDF reader developed by KDE, a little more feature-rich than the GNOME default Evince)
PDF Studio ( The business oriented variant of linux PDF editors. Includes all features that you know from Adobes Acrobat Pro at a price point of 129$ )

It actually took me a lot of time to find out that there's other tools beside Acrobat that can handle creation and editing of PDF files, be it on Linux or Windows


#183

Thanks. I have added Okular & PDF Studio. Great suggestions.