At present we already have portable/bundled versions of several image editing tools, which can be useed to create a “use everywhere”, full-inclusive image editing package.
The idea I have is to create a package that can be copied into a memory stick, and which contains portable versions of GIMP, DT, RT and PhF for Linux, Windows and OSX.
One could then plug the memory stick in any computer and start processing images with GIMP, including RAWs, without installing any additional software.
As a proof-of-concept, I have created a first .zip package with Linux and OSX software, as well as two helper scripts for starting GIMP under both operating systems. Linux packages are based on AppImages. Note that the McGIMP-CCE version in the package is un-official, I hope that @partha has no problem with this…
What do you think? Would you find this interesting/useful?