Thursday, January 31, 2008

HowTo: Create and Manage Genealogy Family Tree via Gramps

GRAMPS is a Free Software Project for Genealogy, offering a professional genealogy program, and a wiki open to all. It is a community project, created, developed and governed by genealogists.

Gramps genealogy software offers easy of use and easy navigation around different tree views of your family tree. Gramps' interface makes it fun and exciting managing your genealogy tree by offering end users to have direct control and manageability of family tree objects and object relations. Gramps adds more bookmarks management for easy quick access on family tree building and editing offering you to stay where you left on. Filters, search, and privacy features are also available from wide variety of selection view while viewing your geneaology tree.

Gramps also offers calendar and reports management extending genealogy feature power on unlimited tree objects with family tree decades and century ago. Calendar feature covers events, sources, dates, story, multimedia files and more. File links are also present from flat file and database for backend exports, compatibility and extensibility.

All in all, gramps is a very nice linux software to have from your desktop-based family tree (genealogy) management and creation.

Gramps Installation

Installation process via yum requires around 20MB of download from Fedora project repo.

# yum -y install gramps

Binary Launch

# gramps

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Tutorials, FAQs, documentation and features are all available here.

That is all, enjoy.

2 comments:

Rekhna said...

Hey, I was searching for such type of software and came through your blog.I think you have provided a valuable information.
Regards,
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Rekhna said...

Hey, really I have enjoyed reading your blog and thank you for sharing information about this software.Is installing this software is completely free?
Regards,
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