[Digikam-users] State of progress with image Versioning?

Jagdeesh Deshpande jldeshpande at gmail.com
Sun Aug 29 06:12:44 BST 2010

Hi e.m.fields

Pl.see the progress as on 2010-08-18 at


We shall have it in Dec 2010 with DK2 version.

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On Sat, Aug 28, 2010 at 5:37 PM, e.m.fields <fields.emmett at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I am a new user to Digikam and *very determined* to find photo-management
> software on Linux that can satisfy my needs, if by any means at all
> possible, to avoid moving to non-linux / proprietary commercial software.
> If so, I will be a die-hard, tirelessly evangelizing proponent of said
> software, whatever it turns out to be.  =) Right now Digikam seems to be
> entirely the best and most powerful tool, and I would happily switch to it
> from F-spot despite F-spot's increasingly powerful and intuitive interface,
> + GNOME integration, but for one (*crucial!*) feature is still obscure to me
> which definitely already exists in F-Spot:
> *Versioning of images*
> I've researched and seen discussion about this feature, such as in this
> tantalizing blog post <http://www.digikam.org/drupal/node/526> on June
> 17th by Martin Klapatek, but I have not found this feature within digikam
> documentation nor in the interface.
> The feature in question is the ability to select and group multiple edits
> of one image as "versions", which is utterly crucial for serious digital
> photographers and others, particularly as relates to combining RAW images
> with JPEG/PNG exports.  As I already have a library of images with multiple
> versions, it would be important to be able to retroactively select edits and
> link them to their "original".
> Can anyone enlighten me on the state of progress with this feature, and
> whether it has yet been implemented?
> Please say it's already implemented!
> Thank you!
> - e.m.fields
> chapel hill, nc
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