About PhotoFiltre LX
I started this project so that people who are casual graphics editors would feel perfectly comfortable using PhotoFiltre LX on Linux. The Gimp is overkill for most and PhotoFiltre will be one program that Linux users will not miss anymore.
At the moment PhotoFiltre is the only application I miss on my PC, nothing can compare to the speed, simplicity, usability and logicality of PhotoFiltre. I created this website with the intention of monitoring the project to port the original Delphi code but now I am involved with the development of a new PhotoFiltre clone using C++/GTKmm and Imagemagick.
I would like to thank Antonio Da Cruz the developer of PhotoFiltre for giving me the opportunity to bring his great software to the Linux platform. Also I would like to thank him for the permission to use this name. I hope to make him proud one day!
About the Developer/Webmaster
My name is Dylan Coakley, I am a student living in Ireland with great interest in Linux and OpenSource software. I am currently attending college and learning how to program in C++, Java, Visual Basic and PHP. In the future I hope I can make great contributions to the world of OpenSource software.
Xwii is a Linux application to use your Nintendo Wiimote as a mouse pointer/gaming device on your PC. I took over the project with another great developer in the summer of 2010. The original creator/developer Nick Watts has handed the project to us to develop it further. It is already a highly popular application and hopefully in the future it will reach new heights.
Link to the website: Xwii.
Lotus Symphony Packages:
I created easy to install packages for Lotus Symphony 3 as many people complained they could not install the 32bit packages on 64bit systems. Although technically it violates the EULA to distribute modified packages I have been given permission to distribute from the product manager.
Link here: Lotus Symphony Packages