6 of the Best Free Linux Collection Managers
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"You probably have a few collections that are
continuing to grow. Whether it's books, coins, DVDs, CDs, stamps,
or even objet d'art, many people own collections without having any
structured record. However, keeping such a record can be very
useful as it enables the collection to be managed. Moreover,
collectors may have no accurate way of measuring the value of their
collection for insurance purposes without such a structured record.
"There is a wide range of collection manager software available
for Linux. However, the majority of this software is specialised,
focusing on one or two different collectable items. The purpose of
this review is primarily to identify the finest collection manager
software which track a diverse range of items. This type of
software has the advantage that users can keep track of all of
their different collection types using a single software
application. However, specialised collection managers are still
worthy of a mention."