[KimDaBa] Next release one week, then what?!
martin at xss.co.at
Fri Apr 29 00:23:32 CEST 2005
On 28 Apr 2005, William Holland wrote:
> > 1) Exif.
> > --------
> Definitely need at least the ability to view the exif data! I really like
> option 'c' (extract stuff automagically from exif to categories)
> > 2) Time
> > -------
> > Be more flexible in the use of time-information. Make it possible for me to
> > search for images that are taken between 18 and 24 in the evening. Or make
> > it possible to search for images taken in the weekend. Yes, I realize this
> > is more tricky than simply restricting to a range as is possible now.
I haven't tried the snapshots with the timebar yet (using debian unstable),
but sounds like a good idea.
> > 3) Database
> > -----------
> Yes and no. Separate the backend, but keep it as one app, so a new user (I
> was put off many apps by db backends) can just compile and go. That is a
> real strength.
Do you know about SQLite? AFAIKT, it's a library that supports basic SQL
and stores the data in one file instead of a full-blown DB. This way it
would be quite easy to switch to a "real DB" like MySQL or Postgres if
there is need for it.
> > 4) Metadata.
> > ------------
> Oh and also, I just rembered, if I only select one image, can the viewer think
> I've selected them all :)
I like this one too! Like Kuickshow does it.
Here is one more: let the properties-dialog of a picture remember its
alignment of the sub-windows. It's a bit anoying to reorder it everytime i
Anything else to say except that kimdaba is really great work? Keep it that
PS: I like the idea of not touching my images, stay with it! (Or at least,
warn me two times before doing anything)
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