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Organizing photos with jBrout

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Lately, I’ve been looking at a number of tools for organizing my photos. It’s not that I have a lot of photos. I’m just trying to find a minimal yet useful app to help me organize my photos.

In the last couple of days, I’ve found a very good option: jBrout. It’s very similar to Shotwell, and while it’s still a bit rough around the edges jBrout has a lot of potential.

Getting going

Obviously, the first thing that you’ll need to do is download and install jBrout. Users of Debian and distros based on Debian can add a repository and use apt-get to install the software. There are also .rpm and Gentoo packages available, along with the source code.

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