[KPhotoAlbum] Ubuntu binaries
Risto H. Kurppa
risto at kurppa.fi
Mon Jan 22 20:30:38 CET 2007
I wonder if you'd be able to get some host, say seerofsouls.com host
it. Some people have their repo in sources.list already on (they have
enlightenment, for example) so try and ask them if they could host it.
Would be great to have about the latest (ubuntu).deb available, the
version that ships with Ubuntu is 2.2. It would make it easier to
recommend KPA to people knowing what bugs there have been fixed and
that they would have more of the advanced features developed. Let us
know how it goes.
rhk at ribantu:~$ apt-cache show kphotoalbum
Maintainer: Ubuntu MOTU Developers <ubuntu-motu at lists.ubuntu.com>
Original-Maintainer: Debian KDE Extras Team
<pkg-kde-extras at lists.alioth.debian.org>
Replaces: kimdaba (<< 2.2)
Depends: kdelibs4c2a (>= 4:3.5.3-1), libc6 (>= 2.4-1), libexiv2-0.10
(>= 0.10), libgcc1 (>= 1:4.1.1-12), libjpeg62, libkipi0, libqt3-mt (>=
3:3.3.6), libstdc++6 (>= 4.1.1-12)
Conflicts: kimdaba (<< 2.2)
Description: tool for indexing, searching and viewing images by keywords for KDE
KPhotoAlbum lets you index, search, group and view images by keywords, date,
locations and persons. It provides a quick and elegant way to lookup groups of
images when you have thousands of pictures on your hard disk.
The information associated with each photo is stored in an XML file. Together
with its keywords, KPhotoAlbum stores each picture's MD5 sum, so it will
recognize them even if you move them to another directory. KPhotoAlbum can
also create HTML galleries with the images you select.
KPhotoAlbum can also make use of the KIPI image handling plugins to extend its
capabilities. The kipi-plugins package contains many useful extensions. Among
others, it contains extensions for photo manipulation, importing, exporting
and batch processing.
Bugs: mailto:ubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com
rhk at ribantu:~$
| risto h. kurppa
| risto at kurppa.fi
2007/1/22, Carsten Aulbert <carsten at welcomes-you.com>:
> Jesper thought it would be better to post it here, since he is very busy
> right now. Sorry, that I have not done so right from the start :(
> Why this email?
> I've simply backported the debian experimental packages to
> ubuntu edgy, that means I can make them public, if people are interested
> in them. Of course they are only mildly tested (kphotoalbum starts
> and I can work with it), so usage would be without any responsibility
> from my side.
> What do people here think, would someone be interested in an unofficial
> ubuntu repository or simply the linking the deb packages from a web page?
> KPhotoAlbum mailing list
> KPhotoAlbum at kdab.net
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