The next version of the Ubuntu GNU/Linux distribution will jettison the current default Mono-dependent image management and photo editing application, F-Spot, in favour of Shotwell.
on 05/14/2010 – Made popular on 05/14/2010
Shotwell is an image organizer designed to provide personal photo management for the GNOME desktop environment. In 2010 it replaced F-Spot as the standard image tool for several GNOME-based Linux distributions, including Fedora in version 13 and Ubuntu in its 10.10 Maverick Meerkat release. Shotwell can import photos and videos from a digital camera directly.
Until recently, Linux only had GIMP as an acceptable photo editing tool. That’s changed, thanks to a couple new tools that provide impressive features: Darktable and Shotwell. The great thing about these two tools is that they are specifically developed for editing photos, rather than general image manipulation.
So... I think I installed multiple copies of mono and I'm not sure how to clean up. I'm sorry if this is not the best place to ask this question. I didn't think it was appropriate for askubuntu and if there's a better forum kindly point me in the right direction... :)
I am trying to compile monodevelop from source. This was working with mono 3.8, but now I've installed mono 3.10 and it's broken.