[Openicc] Concept for color management with LINUX
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Wed Dec 10 18:30:44 EST 2003
to set up an page for diskussion is an good idea.
Essential for Linux as unix based system is network transparency.
Traditionally X based systems are able to be performed on virtually any
place. This means the system which calculates the colour corrections is
not by default the one which has control over the viewing device.
This is only an example of one specific subject regarding linux. I am
shure we will find even more. I stay tuned to see and discuss Your
Thanks for going in this subject with us.
Am 09.12.03, 12:38 +0100 schrieb Jan-Peter Homann:
> Hi group
> I´m working as an color management consultant mainly in the field of
> graphic arts and industrial clients.
> I´m not a programmer, but I try understand the technologogy as deep as
> possible. Normaly, I´m working with MacOS X, but I´m looking whats going
> on in the Open Source scene.
> Comparing the project http://www.littleCMS.com with some high-end CMM
> from vendors like Kodak, Apple, Heidelberg etc. shows me, that there is
> a Open Source CMM available, which is on the same level, like the big
> So the next step would be, to integrate color management at the system
> level comparable to Aqua and ColorSync under MacOS X.
> For me the best place seems to be GTK+
> As a non-programmer, I made a first small concept, how this could be done.
> Is the freedesktaop-Wiki a good place for such ideas ?
> :-) Jan-Peter
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