[Clipart] Why packager, anyway?
jon at rejon.org
Tue Mar 3 00:06:21 PST 2009
Aha, I didn't know this! This is very very cool! I think we should try
to make the packages have some redundancy. So, we have the
manifest.rdf and then also embed int the files. I know seems crazy,
but I think we should consider this.
Another option is to get the manifest.rdf or just embed inside the
files, and then add something to the packager Makefile to automate the
insertion of RDF into the files or extracting into a manifest.rdf
We should start documenting these apps. Also, good to document the
diff. viewers for our clip art. Would you like to help with this on
the wiki? http://openclipart.org/wiki?
On Mon, Mar 2, 2009 at 11:05 AM, Brian Bucknam <brian at smileonmymac.com> wrote:
> On Mar 2, 2009, at 10:33 AM, Tobias Jakobs wrote:
>> There is no standalone tool for browsing the clipart. The only
>> program, that I know, that uses the metadata is Inkscape.
> The DiscLabel label design program for Mac OS X uses the keywords in
> the <dc:subject> metadata to provide a clipart browser for downloaded
> (local) SVG clipart files.
> It uses Apple's Spotlight searching technology to do this, so the
> program includes a Spotlight module, thus users can search for
> keywords system-wide as long as DiscLabel has been installed and
> launched once on their computer.
> So from my perspective (a DiscLabel developer), it would be very nice
> if the tags applied to a clipart on the web site were actually
> embedded in the SVG instead of just associated with the file somehow
> on the web server.
> I can offer a limited amount of time to help with packaging stuff, but
> my recent background is all Cocoa framework work, so there is likely
> to be a lot of "coming up to speed" with any existing code. I'm
> guessing you guys aren't using NSXMLDocument to parse SVG files like I
> am :-)
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