• Linux apps and workflows

    From tmelmosfire@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Wed Jan 11 16:13:16 2017
    In COLA there has been a discussion on how Linux helps people with workflows, specifically in how it sets an environment which lifts programs above the lowest common denominator or provides tools and incentives to help those programs rise above it.

    Ronb brought up Scrivener but then he could not think of ways it did this. Someone else showed many ways Scrivener rises above the lowest common denominator on Mac OS X.


    Are there ways Scrivener is somehow "special" on Linux? How about other applications? LibreOffice was also discussed and not much was said for it.

    Looking for any examples of where Linux does this.


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