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eog versus Shotwell

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I do a lot of photography, having a huge collection of pictures and such, but I see no use for photo managers, like F-Spot or Shotwell. My "photo management" needs are covered by the following:

* Nautilus file manager with thumbnail view for images (still trying to adapt myself with the browser view after the departure from spatial view)

* a few self-made ImageMagick scripts for quick batch processing of large amounts of photos (simple operations like resize or watermarking)

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