A Few Of The Changes For GNOME 2.27.1
Phoronix: A Few Of The Changes For GNOME 2.27.1
The first development release of GNOME 2.28 was supposed to be out at the end of April per its release schedule, but it's now slowly coming together. There are many bug-fixes and translation updates in the packages checked in so far for this first GNOME 2.28 development release (a.k.a...
its cool if it will work....
I havent yet seen a decent ocr for linux.....
Everyone is forgetting Tesseract:)
The Gocr program is awful(it really needs to change its backend), but with a little search you'll find a handful of ocr progs that can work reasonably well.
This guy provides a nice roundup. I've got Tesseract running on my Suse(Gnome) and it works quite well. However, what is really needed is a preprocessing library that cleans up the images. That is what the fellows over in Japan have done with an online ocr prog called WeOcr.
BTW, I wonder if the ocr/Evince work incorporated this.
Slightly off topic but I'm really crossing my fingers for Gnome-Do incorporation into 3.0.