[Clipart] OpenClipart and Debian.

Jon Phillips jon at rejon.org
Fri Jan 14 13:29:53 PST 2005

Jonadab the Unsightly One wrote:
> Bryce Harrington <bryce at bryceharrington.com> writes:
>>This looks really cool!  One suggestion, for multi-word keywords can
>>you either embed a space or underscore instead of running the words
> They could have an underscore or a hyphen, but...
>>We may want to use the keywords for category names on the website 
> I was thinking more in terms of aggregating images into categories
> based loosely on what keywords they have, the way
> convert-release-to-browse.pl does for releases, or the way we were
> talking about doing with per-language XML hierarchies.  But in any
> case, we're going to need an authority-control script soon anyway, as
> this sort of thing is becomming an issue with the size of the
> collection now, so I'm going to have to do that soon -- which means
> we'll have the ability, if we want, to change all instances of the
> keyword "internationalflag" to "international_flag", and so on, across
> the entire collection.  If I have time to get this done by the end of
> the month, we can "clean up" the keyword metadata (unify case and
> number, strip leading and trailing spaces, ensure everything in the
> animals category has the animal keyword (as opposed to, say, cochon or
> kawai), and that sort of thing.  If I don't get this done this month,
> we'll probably need to do it next month or the month after.  The
> keywords on a lot of the images are rather a mess right now, and we
> don't want to let that get out of hand.

Great, just please add it and anything you are working on to the roadmap for 
everyone to see/plan...


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