Picasa, Google's photo editing and sharing program, which currently is only supported Microsoft Windows 2000/XP is reportedly being ported to Linux. eWeek reports CodeWeavers Inc., a company that specializes in "bringing Windows to Linux" is working with Google on making Picasa for Linux based machines. eWeek says the program is currently in "limited beta test" and if all goes well, CodeWeavers will port Google's other applications to Linux.
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