[Openicc] Color Management for Ubuntu
ku.b at gmx.de
Mon May 2 00:52:40 PDT 2011
Am 29.04.11, 13:58 +0200 schrieb Till Kamppeter:
> I want to ask you as color management experts for help to develop the
> specification in order to get a working color management stack into Ubuntu.
For specifications we have:
These common specifications are the main integration points for different
Specific for Ubuntu let me suggest you to look into CompICC . This
Compiz plugin based desktop colour server introduces real time ICC colour
correction for displaying. It is the only open source implementation for
ICC colour correction in a compositing manager. All other open source
display solutions are based on pure calibration. A proper calibration
state is a pre condition for correct ICC colour correction.
> It should make color management as easy as possible, both for graphics
> professionals (easy calibration and color profile applying) and for "normal
> users" who often even do not know about color profiles (reasonable defaults).
> You are also invited to participate in the discussion on the UDS and to fill
> the spec  (it is a Wiki). I think the best is that we do the
> implementation similar to Fedora.
> To participate, create a Launchpad  account and subscribe to Blueprint and
> spec, to get notified about changes and to get write access. For remote
> participation in the UDS session see .
> Let us get a great color-managed Ubuntu.
I am not very familiar with Ubuntu conventions and would be happy if you
could add the above annotations to the wiki.
developing for colour management
www.behrmann.name + www.oyranos.org
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