LifeHacker picked up the Linux.com story and added their own recommendation.
Tellico, a free, open source collection manager available in many Linux repositories, isn’t the only database-style organization tool on the block—especially with the recent explosion of web apps. What makes Tellico totally recommendable is its portability and complete . Sure, there are presets for a wealth of collections—books, DVDs, wine, coins, and the like—but you can put in and take out the labels you really care about. And unlike most programs of its kind, Tellico stores its collection files in XML format instead of SQL databases, making it easy to export your data and visualize it, amongst other perks.