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GIMP will not be included in Ubuntu 10.04

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GIMP was always been in the default Ubuntu OS installation. But from the 10.04 release, Gimp will not be included in the default Ubuntu. This decision was taken at the Ubuntu Developer Summit which is going on in Dallas, US so Ubuntu will follow Fedora example in the feature. (Fedora already drops GIMP from the 12th release).

But wait, don’t panic. GIMP will be in repositories so anyone who needed, can simply install it with “sudo apt-get install gimp”. This seams logic to me, because GIMP is very professional related and regular user will never use his potential and they generally use this application for very simple graphics operation (like cropping, resizing, watermark..) than can be done with other more basic softwares.

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