[Clipart] SVG::Metadata 0.11 Released
Jonadab the Unsightly One
jonadab at bright.net
Sun Jul 18 18:30:18 PDT 2004
Bryce Harrington <bryce at bryceharrington.com> writes:
> Okay, cool. In time we should probably expand on this to allow
> selection from the set of existing keywords, like we've been
Oooh, a dropdown lists? Nifty idea. Later, though.
>> However, I intend to make a separate field in the upload form for
>> this soon, now that keywords are being written into the RDF, and
>> also offer a link to a page showing keywords currently in use, and
>> what they mean. This latter should probably be on the wiki -- is
>> there anything there currently, or should I create a page for it?
> I think we discussed it only on the mailing lists; you can probably
> dig it out of the list archives.
Okay; I will in that case create a page on the wiki for it, so that
the upload script can link to that as explanation.
>> As far as a script to add keywords to an existing file, that will
>> probably be my next project (assuming nobody beats me to it) after
>> I get the keyword and .zip support in the upload script ironed out.
> Cool. I have that on my todo list but unfortunately won't be able
> to get to it any time soon, so if you could take care of it, that'd
> be very cool.
Once I get the zip upload stuff fixed up, that's next on my agenda.
> I can add the script to SVG::Metadata to keep it together with the
Okay. I'll let you know when I've got it written.
> One script that would be really useful right now is something that
> navigates through a directory tree and extracts keywords from the
> path to the svg file, then updates the metadata for the svg file
Yes, I was thinking that already. It's a very minor adaptation to the
above script and can probably be a command-line argument.
> I.e., if it finds a file at collection/animal/mammal/dog/collie.svg
> it would insert keywords 'animal', 'mammal', and 'dog' into
Yep, that's what it would do alright.
> This script would let us leverage the work that's been done to
> quickly categorize the images in the last release. Then we'd only
> need to work on categorizing the newly submitted images.
Indeed. I might get to such a script quite soon, depending on how
long it takes me to debug the zip upload stuff.
split//,"ten.thgirb\@badanoj$/ --";$\=$ ;-> ();print$/
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