lavalle at theo3.physik.uni-stuttgart.de
Tue Nov 29 16:33:42 CET 2005
thank you guys, you are really fast! I never really looked too much into
digikam because it sounded me more a "picture editor/digital camera
application" than a "pure album/web album creator" application like kalbum
is (which is actually what I needed, I want something that in a fast way
help me to build a web album to show pictures to my friends once that the
pictures are already on the HD).
The features that I need from kalbum are:
" * export the albums as a complete web site, or .war web archive
* easy to edit html templates for creating a customized web site"
is an example of what I want and kalbum creates it in a couple of clicks
(it can do more ...... if you want to spend more time ......).
I'll have anyway a much better look to digikam ....
p.s. thanks a lot for the rpm of kalbum........ehm what about the 64 bit
version? ... maybe I ask too much ........
Dr. Catia Lavalle
Institut fuer Phone :+49-711-685-5213
Theoretische Physik III Fax :+49-711-685-5098
Universitaet Stuttgart e-mail :lavalle at theo3.physik.uni-stuttgart.de
On Mon, 28 Nov 2005, Pascal Bleser wrote:
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> Roland Wolters wrote:
> > I don't know kalbum, but I looks like that it has no ongoing development - so
> > maybe you want to have a look at digikam which has a strong community and
> > several interesting features and tools (especially when you install the so
> > called kipi plugins).
> > And it can generate or export sets of photos, too - there is for example the
> > possibility to export all the stuff to gallery servers, flickr or as a set of
> > html pages which you can copy&paste to your own webserver.
> I'm doing kalbum right now.
> Will be available on my site tomorrow morning:
> (suser-guru repository)
> Nevertheless, have a look at digikam, as Roland said, it's much more
> actively developed ;)
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