No thanks (though I did peek at the first 8 or so...)
Stuff that's constantly used on my box:Thunar file manager
(and yes, I've tried ALL the others, xfe, pcmanfm, ad nauseum...)Inkscape
(not exclusively Linux, but it works better than the Windows port)Openbox + Barpanel
(when I'm just not in the mood for Xfce...)K3b
(second vote I know, but it IS the best CD burning software for Linux, HANDS DOWN)Jack
(8.3 msec latency with onboard sound on a 1GHz Celeron, anyone?)Ardour, JackRack, Hydrogen
(things that go with Jack...)Qcad
(Inkscape and Xfig don't do porch plans)
Probably a bunch more that don't spring to mind at the moment, but there's the answer to your question.
@zridling: Just askin', not hatin', but how can you stand XnView on Linux? On Windows, it's a wonderful instrument of power and grace (yes, I prefer it over Irfanview, no real reason, that's just how it is...) but on Linux, it's a... umm... not
Many of the features seem to be missing or just don't work in the same way, many file formats are missing, printing is via an indecipherable lpr
Besides all that, the GUI looks worse than effing god-awful.
Yes, you could say that Linux is not Windows and the interface is not going to be the same, but take a program like Audacity
which looks and works the exact same on either (and excellently, I might add...).
Sorry about the rant, I just really hate that XnView looks and performs so badly on Linux (for me, anyways) and there isn't anything else like it without resorting to Gimp.