[Clipart] Now down to business...
JarodR at gmx.de
Tue Apr 27 16:59:34 PDT 2010
I think that is a great idea SEb. There are many graphics that are part
of a set already on OCAL. The set function could also be used if some
uploaded an outline and another member colorized the outline and
uploaded it too.
What also comes to mind with this idea is a OCAL version of a blogs
related posts function. Meaning if I view the clipart of a tiger, I will
see underneeth the related (Other cliparts you may like) cliparts to the
one I am viewing.
Am 28-Apr-10 08:11 AM, schrieb SEb:
> First I'd like to congratulate you guys for the new beta interface. I
> must admit one of the reasons I never used the site before is because
> it made me cringe every time I looked at it and it wasn't very fun to
> navigate. The new interface is much better.
> I'm currently uploading a bunch of contribution of my own and I was
> wondering how I can help integrate a few ideas I have in mind. I can
> with Apache. So I can possibly lend a hand on the technical side.
> My ideas include the ability to make sets. For example I made a set of
> clipart with a 'magic theme' as and openoffice.org extension.
> Now I'm splitting those and uploading them but wouldn't it be nice if
> I could tell people. 'Hey, this clipart if part of a set!' and offer
> the option to view the rest of the set. From there, since clipart are
> often used in office suites, have the option to download the set as an
> openoffice.org extension.
> An openoffice.org extension is really just a zip file so it wouldn't
> be too hard to wrtte a script that fills the various information using
> the user data and some extra data collected when creating a set, then
> gathers the svg that are part of the set, generates png files and
> compresses the whole thing as and extensions.
> Just my 2 cents for now.
> In the meantime I'll resume my bug hunting and report any findings to launchpad.
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