Suvi.org is presenting PhotoFilters an exclusive Ubuntu Application.
PhotoFilters allows you to quickly apply a filter on a photo. It also gives you preview how different filters on your picture look like
After selecting a filter it shows the filter in different strengths and you can choose the modified picture you like by a single click.
Add as many pictures as you want to the picture.
- PhotoFilters Ubuntu Application
PhotoFilters can be found in the Ubuntu App store. It’s Linux only.
This is the second message recieved from the ubuntu app store:
“Your application has been QA Approved
Thank you for your patience during the QA process.
What does this mean?
Your application has been approved for inclusion in Ubuntu Software Center and is ready to publish. You can publish it at any time”
A nice difference to the apple app store, as a developper I can choose the time of publishment here.
You wonder what the application is? Wait for one of the next posts!
I recieved two nice emails from the ubuntu app store.
This is the first one:
Your application has been Moderator Approved
Thank you for your patience during the moderation process.
Usually I don’t read the comments of security updates, but this here draws attention:
* Some idiot thought it’d be a good idea if device mapper didn’t respond
to “add” events, like those during boot. Take their change out back
and shoot it in the head. LP: #561390.”
I have to say that 99% of comments are friendly and neutral. This really is an exception. The reason that someone wrote something like this is that it was really critical for this person. It is fixed. IT can be stressful. So always look on the bright side of life.