Linux.com has a nice review of Tellico that just got posted. Shashank Sharma writes
Most of the collection managers I’ve come across are highly specialized for one particular collection. Tellico stand out because it can be used to record various types of collections. With the varied collection fields for each of the collections it supports, it ensures each item is carefully cataloged. To top it all of, its Internet search feature makes adding new entries a breeze and gives Tellico a distinct edge over other similar tools.
Tellico was also mentioned in another Linux.com article about Alexandria. Alexandria just had a recent release of version 0.6.2. The new development activity is great to see. Tellico was briefly mentioned, as well, in another review for Alexandria written by Jonathan DePrizio.
Patrick Guignot wrote up a very comprehensive announcement of the 1.3 release. He pulled information from my blog posts, the documentation, and the Tellico email list to mention just about everything currently relevant about SQL, KDE4, GCstar, etc. It’s in French, so enjoy!
Il [Tellico] permet de gérer facilement toutes sortes de collections et d’importer des informations depuis divers sites Internet afin de remplir automatiquement les champs de ces collections. Du fait de ses très nombreuses fonctions, de la réactivité de son développeur et de son manuel d’utilisation complet, Tellico est devenu une sorte de référence dans son genre au sein du monde du logiciel libre et même au-delà.
Regis had also written an update about the 1.3 pre-releases.
Tellico 1.3 is already in Debian unstable, Ubuntu Hardy, and Fedora Rawhide.