|Implementation language:||C# (Mono)|
F-Spot is a photo management system for GNOME built using the Mono platform.
http://f-spot.org/Imported_tags Imported tags - F-Spot
http://gnomejournal.org/article/23/an-introduction-to-f-spot The GNOME Journal: An Introduction To F-Spot
Simple Operations ... The modified image is stored on disk as a new, “modified” image as shown in the information on the lower left panel of F-Spot. Therefore, cropping the photo does not modify the original image, but rather it creates a new version of the original photo. Using the lower left panel of F-Spot, it is very easy then to switch between your original and modified versions of the photo. Classifying Photos with Tags F-Spot allows you to classify photos by assigning tags to each photo. F-Spot already supplies a set of tags by default – “Favorites”, “Hidden”, “People”, “Places”, “Events”, and “Other”. You can create tags in each of these categories, and then assign a tag to a photo or a selection of photos by just dragging the tag onto a photo or a selection of photos. For example, the photos we imported were from a trip to Singapore. So lets create a new tag “Singapore” under the default tag “Places”, and assign it to all the photos. Exporting Photos F-Spot allows you to export your photos to a variety of locations, including web galleries, gnome-vfs locations (e.g. Samba shares, Ftp locations, etc.), local folders, a CD, and your Flickr account. You can also choose to send photos by mail. Where possible, F-Spot also exports the categories and tags created. You can decide to strip the files of any metadata when exporting as well as resize images.
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There must be a very easy way for contributors (other family members, friends, ...) to upload their photos.
It must be easy and efficient (not a pain) to upload a large batch of photos (say, 100).
I would rather not use a proprietary system as PHP Gallery does.
What about FTP/SCP?
If your collection weighs 30 GB, f.e., you don't want to pay exorbitant fees to your hosting provider to store that.
This would bring up a view of all photos of subject A. (Of course, a photo can have multiple subjects.)
Perhaps instead of "previous" and "next" buttons, we could have "20 minutes ago" and "3 minutes later" buttons.
So you can mark up one of your photos and say 'this little dot right there is me' or 'just over the hill was the killer bear'...
It would be nice if that layer could be merged dynamically, so one wouldn't have to duplicate the whole photo and then mark it up.
For this to work, we need to:
Embarrassing photos would only be visible to the subject and the photographer.
Perhaps just make a more generalized access control system instead...
Aliases: Photo software, Photo manager, Photo organizer, Photo management software, Photo organization software, Photo gallery, Online photo gallery, Online photo galleries, Photo gallery software, Photo albums, Photo album