Blog stick: why I like Foobar!Filed under: Uncategorized;
So far I have restrained myself from blog parades and other Blogspielchen pretty, I mean that the entertainment and information value for you readers is often relatively low. Still, I'd like to attempt to start a blog stick, which I mean that it might be of interest. I call it …Why I like: Foobar!As newcomers to the Linux one is like a bull in front of the mountain.Not only the operating system is different, but it “missing” well-known and proven programs. Not that it would not be using Linux, the variety of good programs is gigantic, but which should I use? I would therefore like to start a blog-sticks, where other Linux bloggers explain why they like to use Foobar. Describes the program is not long and wide, but it turns out a specific function that differs from similar programs Foobar, which perhaps is a bit unknown and hidden and can not imagine because of the Foobar from your desktop.
Why I like: totem
Video player for Linux are a dime a more. VLC, Totem, Dragon Player, mplayer, etc. really make all the good work. Each of these players has their certain advantages, for me VLC is the swiss army knife of video players, but most of the functions are not normally necessary for me.
Therefore, for me
Totem “my” video player. I like that I mean by “h” Hiding all controls can quickly and, above all, I appreciate the opportunity to easily download right subtitles to video. The function is active from home or not, ye can but without the installation of additional packages over. “Edit ->Plugins ->Enable subtitle downloader” turn into totem
Then you can
Via “View ->Subtitles ->Download movie subtitle” immediately download the video to the current matching subtitles. The subtitles are derived from the Open Subtitle Database where there are subtitles for just about everything in every language. So if you like video on the original looks and does not feel like browsing the net for too long subtitles, really is the totem with the move.
Catch the baton
So how does the stick? I throw it on a number of blogs that pick up on it and hopefully write a proper article. In this they try to back out a few blogs, which they pass on the baton. This will result from the subject a little chain reaction in which hopefully more interesting posts short. In the course of the caudicle I collect the contributions here at this point, so you do not have to shimmy to readers from blog to blog.
The times I throw sticks
Deliberately not only to blogs that revolve around the planet, widely read by ubuntuusers.de or debianforum.de, but also on the Linux blogs, away from the “mainstream”, so that we hopefully a nice together to get the image from the entire Linux community.
Valentine of picomole: FileZillaBenjamin Ben-IT comments: MuseScoreMany things of UweFinn by Finn's Blog: GuakeBenjamin and Jonas of bejonet: Shotwell
I hope it picks up the baton and carries it further. I would be glad if the action would succeed.
[UPDATE] So slowly spin the other one sticks …
Florian von fgreinius.de: GeditChristian von campino2k: vimNico drice.blog by CalibreDakira of YuMDaP.net 's blog: OperaWith Dirk Dirk's logbook: SoXUte of miradlo: batch mode in gimpRamon from the Workbench: tcpdump / WiresharkJohn of Jojo's Blog: ShutterThomas gnuheidix: EvolutionSebastian and Tobias of The Bayer and Würschtlmann: easytagHans-Peter von Hampas Blog: Warrior TaskDominik von deesaster.org: UnityMark of the SCHREIBTIRA.DE: Scribes and AbiwordAgain the Tobonat from Bayer and the Wüschtlmann: TexmakerKlaus by Klaus Meyer's weblog: Avant Window NavigatorFlorian von einserver.de: SSH
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