[Clipart] Comma-separated keywords in metadata
tobias.jakobs at web.de
Sun Jul 18 02:19:40 PDT 2004
Am So, den 18.07.2004 schrieb Bryce Harrington um 2:41:
> On Fri, 9 Jul 2004, Jonadab the Unsightly One wrote:
> > > I'm also thinking maybe of eventually adding a zip-based
> > > clipart-package format, analogous to OpenOffice's zip-based document
> > > formats, where we specify a certain arrangement to things inside the
> > > ZIP.
> > Anyone else have thoughts on this, or should I just Make Something Up?
> In Inkscape we implemented a jar-based format for collections of svg
> documents. Inkview can open and view these types of files. It uses
> .jar or .sxw as the file extension name. Someone had suggested .inkjar
> but that got way too many rolled eyes. ;-)
> If you do adopt a new extension, I'd strongly recommend:
> * Register it and its mimetype with TPTB
> * Consider how to generalize the file structure for things beyond our
> own needs, such as presentations, frame-based animations, etc.
> * Discuss it on inkscape-devel, regarding adding support for it
> > > Here's what I'm currently thinking:
> > >
> > > * Use an extension other than .zip, preferably one that hasn't been
> > > used for any other very major thing before.
> > .oco Stands for OpenClipart.Org
> > .ocozip perhaps? Or should we stick to three letters?
> > .sxa (The a stands for "Art"; c is taken for Calc.)
> > .zca Zipped Clip Art
What do you think about double naming like .tar.gz we could use
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