Manage your physical book collection with Alexandria

Alexandria is a nifty little application in Fedora that allows you to manage your book library. This app lets you build and keep a detailed database (on your local machine) of information about books you own and have read.

The application also allows you to rate books, note when you have read them, and even track who you have loaned books out to. It also has interfaces with a bunch of online book information sources so you don’t have to type in all the information about a book, and also provides book cover art for many books.

Download for Fedora 19 and 20 via the software application in Fedora, or via the commmand line with sudo yum install alexandria


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  1. Leslie Satenstein

    Hi Ryan,
    Just to say thank you for all your blogging. I do read them all, as I encounter each.

    I know that it takes time to write, and then proof read, and reorganize. (Been there, done that).

    Keep up with your describing the interesting subjects.

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