[Clipart] Clipart Packages for Open Clipart
michaelkrnac at googlemail.com
Sat May 23 00:20:57 PDT 2009
When iam at home we will meet each other in IRC than we will get your cchost
copy working. And then i can give you small "lessons" to do some stuff in
On Fri, May 22, 2009 at 4:57 PM, Adrian Sutton <adrian at symphonious.net>wrote:
> Francis Bond pointed me to the source package from Ubuntu. As far as I can
> tell it doesn't build the open office packages even though it should in
> theory. Digging around the various source packages though there is an
> openoffice.org-dev package which provides:
> You can use this to build the sdg, sdv and thm files.
> Chovy and John wants this function anyway :) So maybe we can combine this.
>> First write a function to get all cliparts for one tag. And the neyt step
>> generate a packe for OO out of this.
>> Chovy and John can you give adrian your idea how the export as zip should
>> When it is clear Adrian can write a script for cchost (hope victor can
>> help him to get in)
> I think there are two good ways to achieve this. Both depend on creating
> png versions of the images so they work nicely with OpenOffice.
> The first is to be able to export tags - we then export each tag
> individually and create a gallery from it.
> The second approach is to have a way to build an open office release that
> includes the various files in a suitable category/tag hierarchy. This used
> to be how the releases were done, but the 0.19 release categorised files by
> author which is far less useful.
> The second approach serves my purposes a lot more, so I'm keen to look into
> that route. It should work out that both will be achieved at once, since
> exporting a single category seems to be a reasonable prerequisite to
> exporting all categories. I could do with some help getting a ccHost
> instance set up properly (mine runs but looks nothing like the current beta
> site) and getting an overview of the database schema.
> I'll be hanging out on IRC this evening (sad as that is) and digging into
> this to see what I can work out.
> Adrian Sutton
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