[Digikam-devel] rfe: show age depending on age,
ach at mpe.mpg.de
Fri Jul 20 13:12:11 BST 2007
On Wednesday, 18. July 2007, cedric briner wrote:
> I was thinking about a feature to add to digikam.
> What if Digikam shows the age of a person (a wedding...) on the picture
> depending on a tag or depending of a folder. Like for eg. we add the
> metadata saying that he/she is born in 1/1/200 on the tag "joe" or on
> the folder "alice". And then digikam can caculate the age by
> substracting the birthday to the date on the image contained in the exif.
> Sound's really cool !!
> Imagine this particular scenario (which could happen to anyone soon :) )
> you just become a new father, and since that time you are taking too
> many pictures of your son/daughter.
> And then when you rewatch them, you realize that you already forgot
> how old he/she was at that time (God damn, how is it possible to forgot
> such thing :) ).
> From there you can imagine:
> you ask Digikam to find all the pictures of "Joe" and ask it to show it
> in a age fashion.
> Something that have to be think is how people would like them to be
> classified in the time. Because, don't forget that usually person,
> have a view of life where the milestone are small when the person is
> at the beginning you give the age by day ( up to one week)
> 0 , 1, 2..7 day
> then by week (I think up to 6 month)
> 1, 2, 3.. ~30
> then by month (up to 24)
> then by half year (...)
> and then by year (...)
> Thanks for your reading, and tell me your impressions.
While not exactly what you're looking for,
o select date view
o filter on name-of-kid
should give you pictures of our kid(s) grouped
Only problem (IMHO) is that 'empty' folders
listed too. This makes date view quite
painful for rare tags.
> Cedric BRINER
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