Revision as of 14:49, 27 January 2009 by Ubuntun
Below is the list of the third party reviews of GRAMPS that we know of, in reverse chronological order (most recent first). If you happen to know about a GRAMPS review not listed here, please let us know so that we can add it to the list.
- GRAMPS, Tekijä: PropHead's Blog - HR's Industrial Strength Portal, 2008-12-9
- Gramps for Geneology, by Murray Cumming, 2008-11-13
- GRAMPS, client-server, SQL: Django? by B. Malengier - Observations from the castle Blog 2008-09-10
- GRAMPS: Open Source Genealogy - By Mackenzie Morgan - MakeUseOf.com 2008-07-05
- Some Thoughts on GRAMPS for Windows, by Tamura Jones 2008-05-19
- Interview: GRAMPS Developer,(Starts on page 24) Interviewed Don Allingham by Adrian Rea for Full Circle Magazine, June 2007 (Go to Downloads, Issue 2, and download the pdf).
- Review: GRAMPS genealogy software,(Starts on page 29) Written by Adrian Rea for Full Circle Magazine, June 2007 (Go to Downloads, Issue 1, and download the pdf).
- Track your ancestors with GRAMPS, by Alex Roitman, Linux.com, 2007-02-2
- Software Review - GRAMPS, by Tom Clark, Requisite Systems, January 2007
- Genealogy with GRAMPS, by Ryan Cartwright, Free Software Magazine, 2006-12-22
- Family Trees with GRAMPS, by Scott Granneman, Linux Magazine, 2005-12-7
- Bloodlines - Managing your family tree with GRAMPS, by Kevin Donnelly, Linux Magazine, October 2005
- GRAMPS for Silicon Valley Computer Genealogy Club, by Robert B. White, Silicon Valley Computer Genealogy Club, August 2005
- GRAMPS for Linux, UNIX and Macintosh OS X, by Dick Eastman, Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter, 2005-03-15
- Tracking your GRAMPS, by Joe Barr, Newsforge, January 2005
- GRAMPS 1.0.0, a Genealogy Program for Linux, by Dick Eastman, Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter, 2004-12-17
- From Shared Resources, Your Personal History, by Peter Wayner, The New York Times, April 2004
- The ScreenSavers. In 2002 GRAMPS was featured on the TechTV show, "The ScreenSavers". The video is available on line from G4TV, but it appears to be in a Windows Media format.