Gramps, the Genealogical Research and Analysis Management Programming System, is a free genealogy program for Linux, Windows, and Macintosh, that offers many features. It is available in many languages other than English. A new version has now been released that adds several new languages plus several bug fixes. You can read more about the changes at http://gramps-project.org/2011/10/version_3-3-1/.
Gramps is best known as a free genealogy program for Linux although Windows and Macintosh versions are also available. It is a full-featured genealogy program with graphs, source citatons, multi-media capabilities, and an interactive map highlighting places associated with one person, a group of people or all people in your records.
I have written about the program a number of times in the past. You can see my earlier articles if you start at http://goo.gl/Gv1OB. The Gramps home page is at http://gramps-project.org/.
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