[Clipart] Sorting images in the open clipart library
buergermeister at karl-tux-stadt.de
Sun Sep 9 17:51:00 PDT 2012
Am Mon, 10 Sep 2012 02:40:17 +0200
schrieb Jakub Jankiewicz <jcubic at onet.pl>:
> It's great but it seems that you use package that it's few years old,
> the last one (which is snapshot on osuosl server
> download.openclipart.org) have more then 700MB and it's 2 year old.
> So I assume that when we get back packages, (We want to pack them
> every month they will be openclipart-svg.<YEAR>.<MONTH>.tar.gz) it
> will have more the 1GB of data, when compress.
> We will also sync our database data with svg metadata (like tags title
> and description) and maybe we will be able to fix their names. Some of
> them are digits (I will now talking bad about Aiki here) We can
> recreate names based on titles.
> So they will be searchable, using Unix tools like grep and find or
> will allow to create scripts that will parse svg matadata.
> We can also sort them by tags and create symlinks (they will not be
> recreated on windows) like
> real files:
> old packages is just dump of the folder.
yes thats the point, maybe also for OOo/LibreOffice would be a good
solution to make an import from ocal, like Inkscape has.
But I would make that function better before doing that also for them.
There are some problems with
> On Sun, 9 Sep 2012 23:02:20 +0100
> Ian Lynch <ianrlynch at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm new here but I recently sorted most of the clipart on open
> > clipart.org into categories the result is a 360 meg zip file with
> > several folders containing images grouped by types eg transport,
> > people, food etc. I'm not sure if this is of any use to anyone but I
> > put the file in my public dropbox folder
> > http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1115462/casource.zip.
> > Sorting is to an extent arbitrary but hopefully it might be useful
> > to some people.
> Jakub Jankiewicz, Web Developer
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