How will F-Spot recreate the tag database from photos?
- From: "Bengt Thuree" <bengt thuree com>
- To: f-spot-list gnome org
- Subject: How will F-Spot recreate the tag database from photos?
- Date: Thu, 18 May 2006 17:54:37 +0900 (JST)
On To, 2006-05-18, 17:15, Stephane Delcroix skrev:
> The name of the tag is declared 'UNIQUE' in the database. Previously, I
> found that a bit annoying, while tagging things like
> Events > 2005 > My Birthday
> Events > 2006 > My Birthday
> But since the tags name should be unique in the db, and as f-spot is
> doing some checks when creating new tags to ensure it, we can always
> find where a tags belongs.
So again, how do you do with a person called Paris, and the capital of
As well as Person Bengt, and Copyright Bengt
And more importantly. If you have tagged 10,000 photos, and put about 5
tags per photo as average. Then you have a problem, and you loose your
photos.db. But you are happy since you still have the photos, and since
F-Spot wrote the tag information as XMP, F-Spot should be able to recreate
all the various tags (and its hierarchy) rather easily.
How will this work???
> And for new tags, just create them in top or in a 'recently imported'
That should work fine, and I think Warren is working on this.
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