I'm not sure what type of info you're looking for, but you might find
something useful at the following addresses:


A different yet somewhat related project is the OpenContent project
at http://www.opencontent.org.  It doesn't cover programs, but much
of the content covered by the license is from sources like the Linux
Documentation Project (http://www.linuxdoc.org) and open source
software documentation.

Hope this helps,
Ben Logan

On Mon, Mar 19, 2001 at 12:39:37AM +1100, Reha A. Alev wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm a multimedia student at the SAE Technology College in Sydney. For my
> final Report, I want to make a research about OpenSource products and
> their usabiltiy in a professional Multimedia environment e.g. Gimp vs.
> Photoshop.
> Does someone knows some resources they might be usefull for my
> investigations? Some topics which are interesting to write about?
> In my opinion, they are more than useful, but I want to proof this.
> Some Pros and Cons? I found some general info on the internet by using the
> search engines - maybe someone knows some links with critical content and
> discussions about this case.
> Thanks for any help and suggestions!
> Reha!
> BTW: Sorry for my english, I'm from germany and still working on it!
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