Re: Why wont it do what I want it to do?

On Må, 2006-06-12, 08:08, nicola .:kOoLiNuS:. losito skrev:
> Il giorno dom, 11/06/2006 alle 21.49 +0200, Thomas Van Machelen ha
> scritto:
>> On Sun, 2006-06-11 at 20:56 +0300, Janne Ojaniemi wrote:
>> > Well, I thought that I just described my problem.
>> Yeah, you _kind of_ described your problem, but you left out a lot of
>> details:
>> * what version of f-spot are you running?
>> * are you running a distro version, if so what is it?
>> * what exact operation did you perform before you arrived in your
>> miserable state :-p
> Hi Thomas,
> the "importing" behaviour described by Janne in his mail has always
> occurred to me too.
> I have my images in /mnt/fat32partition/images.
> Importing them in F-Spot has always caused the creation of
> a /home/user/Photos directory exactly the *same* size
> of /mnt/fat32part/images before said and with an internal structure
> as: /home/user/Photos/year/month/day/filename.jpg

That is what copy usually does :)
And since we are talking about photos, it is way better to be safe than
sorry. But Larry is working on changing the import handling.

> I didn't find Janne's mail offensive or anything than pissed off. Now we
> should understand if he's signaled a bug or a wanted feature ;-)

To be honest, I agree with Thomas in this one. The mail did come out a bit
harsh perhaps. Thomas had some nice suggestions as well.

But totally agreeing with the frustration of Janne and others though.
Tried to reply yesterday with a number of bugs that are related to this
issue, but the mail seems not to have arrived to f-spot-list yet.
So, here comes the bugs (which is your problem) (specify Photos place) (lots of complaints)

Anyway, nothing bad from it, and it did also highlight the fact that
F-Spot is popular and becoming more so. With this comes more people using
it, and a lot more different ways. F-Spot needs to handle this one way or


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