Letters to the editor
I want to begin this email by saying I
really like reading Linux Magazine.
Secondly, I would like to add something
to the article about darktable in
Issue 127. You write something along
the lines of “darktable’s documentation
is a bit lacking” (sorry I don’t remember
exactly the phrase).
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