[wp-hackers] Call for Plugin Developer
jswitzer at gmail.com
Sun Mar 18 21:19:49 GMT 2007
I haven't looked at Inline Gallery in a while, so I'll try to check it out.
F-Spot imports the images to ~/Photos and uses a sqlite database to store
information about the collection. The example I posted in that bug report
connects to the sqlite3 database and pulls the data from there instead. That
example was meant to pull as much of the database over as possible with the
least amount of work, so I just used the db file. F-Spot, to my knowledge
will store the data in the files as XMP and EXIF comments. I haven't spent
forever looking for documentation (found all that out by just sifting
through the svn code) but f-spot.org is probably a good starting point.
On an unrelated note: xfce is built on Gtk, so it can interact with gnome
applications and do all things gnome. You shouldn't have any troubles
running f-spot under gnome (or kde for that matter).
On 3/18/07, Sabin Iacob <iacobs at m0n5t3r.info> wrote:
> jason switzer wrote:
> > I was hoping I could find someone to develop a plugin that I'd like to
> > see
> > (it may not even have to be a plugin, just a page). I don't have the
> > time to
> > develop this myself, so I was looking for someone to do the ground work.
> lol; me too :)
> do you know Inline Gallery?
> > I've never been overly fond of the basic photography plugins available
> > as it
> > requires the web server to do the work. The user has to upload the
> > and let the plugin do the grunt work. I serve my site from a
> > machine because it's easier to maintain. I also have a very powerful
> > desktop
> > machine that can handle my image processing needs. I want to use f-spot
> > (more on this later) to manage my image library because it has many of
> > the
> > features I want (such as tagging, searching, metadata browser) in an
> > interface that is no where near as clunky as most web based gallery
> > engines.
> I agree; there are some things that are best done by desktop software,
> and photo editing is one of them; I didn't know about f-spot (probably
> because I don't like the idea of a bazillion of gnome services eating
> memory - I already have Firefox and Thunderbird for that - hence I use
> xfce). Is the documentation of the protocols it uses for publishing
> available anywhere (in a shortened version, preferably :))?
> I also don't understand very well how f-spot stores metadata; if it
> stores it in the photos, (as God and Adobe intended it to), then the
> only thing to do is a web service that implements one of the protocols
> used by f-spot for publishing, as Inline Gallery reads the said
> metadata; oherwise, a few more function calls are required :)
> > If anyone out there has any interest in this, please drop me a line.
> line dropped :)
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