Koppermine - A KDE Client for Coppermine

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Koppermine is a KDE client for Coppermine Photo Gallery, one of the biggest Open Source Photo Gallery in PHP hosted on Sourceforge.

Koppermine allows you to upload multiple images from the desktop to your Coppermine installation.

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Koppermine is now Stable. Please see the changelog for details on whats new in this release.
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Last changelog:

13 years ago

1.1 Stable
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* Added functionality to rotate the images clockwise and anticlockwise.

* Added functionality to mirror the selected image.

* Also, now we try to retain the EXIF information after modifying the image.


1.0 Stable
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* Added support to save multiple Server settings. User can then choose the server to uplaod the files.

* Added support for uploading images to different albums. If no album is selected the default album given in Settings gets used

* Added support for resizing the images before uploading. Application tries to retain the max aspect of the image while resizing.

* Added Whats This? help system

Agryppa

13 years ago

It's funcionality is to small for now, but coppermine needs a client for kde :)
Good Yob!

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adityamooley

13 years ago

Hey!
Thanks a lot. Yes, the functionality was less in Beta Release.
But now Koppermine is stable and with more functionalities.
Please checkout the latest Stable release.

Thanks

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noop

13 years ago

From trying out koppermine, I gather that it tries to achieve the same purpose as the kipi GalleryExport plugin, except for Coppermine instead of Gallery.

Instead of putting the time and effort to develop a standalone application, why not develop a kipi export plugin instead ? It will have several advantages:
- Integrates with everything that supports kipi, especially the excellent photo management suite Digikam, which offers more features then koppermine can have.
- Less coding: no need to worry about stuff that external programs handles, such as getting at the images to be uploaded and providing meta-data (comments and such).
- Better chance to be included as part of the KDE application suite, especially if developed as part of the kipi-plugins collection in KDE's svn.

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adityamooley

13 years ago

Kipi plugin is the next step.
This is for people like me who prefer standalone clients.

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YallaOne

13 years ago

A kipi plugin for this to work with digiKam would be _PERFECT_ !!
Keep up the excellent work, and please keep the digikam/kipi plugin in mind for next release! Thanks!

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13 years ago

1.1 Stable
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* Added functionality to rotate the images clockwise and anticlockwise.

* Added functionality to mirror the selected image.

* Also, now we try to retain the EXIF information after modifying the image.


1.0 Stable
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* Added support to save multiple Server settings. User can then choose the server to uplaod the files.

* Added support for uploading images to different albums. If no album is selected the default album given in Settings gets used

* Added support for resizing the images before uploading. Application tries to retain the max aspect of the image while resizing.

* Added Whats This? help system

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