- From: Matias Aguirre <matiasaguirre gmail com>
- To: F-Spot <f-spot-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: FSpotFS
- Date: Tue, 01 Jun 2010 12:55:52 -0300
Basically it builds a directory hierarchy of F-Spot tags allowing
navigation and photo viewing, this way I can walk throw my collection
without touching the original organization (by date for example).
Sometimes it's easier to work on a directory than opening F-Spot.
Photos might be repeated in different directories if several tags apply,
but shouldn't be repeated in the same family tree.
Also, images are represented by soft links to original files.
I've pushed a couple of changes, it checks database schema version now, as
was recommended on another thread.
Excerpts from Anton Keks's message of Tue Jun 01 03:36:09 -0300 2010:
> Can you elaborate a bit on what does it do?
> On Tue, Jun 1, 2010 at 12:59 AM, Matias Aguirre <matiasaguirre gmail com>wrote:
> > Hi list,
> > A new subscriber here but one that uses F-Stop for about an year now,
> > congrats for the hard work.
> > Wanted to add my little grain of sand to the project, I've developed a
> > python based FUSE filesystem to F-Spot. This is a project developed a long
> > time ago but recently updated and uploaded to github. It lacks write
> > access at the moment, but would be implemented in a near future, maybe :)
> > Grab a copy from http://github.com/omab/fspotfs and play a bit with it,
> > feedback is well welcome.
> > Hope you enjoy it,
> > Matías
> > --
> > Matías Aguirre <matiasaguirre gmail com>
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