[Digikam-users] Deleting in Digikam

Andrew Ampers Taylor ampers at gmail.com
Sat Jan 2 12:23:11 CET 2010


A further reply, I wanted to keep the replies separate as the last one went
to Canonical head office so they can sort something out.

At 70, there is one thing I can assure you, I am NOT going to learn another
distro. I have a life and I edit a newspaper.

I like what you are doing and I will return in six months. If all is working
well, I will definitely donate to this project as I think you have put in
tremendous work. I can live with dual rebooting until then.

I have put this in my task list to come back on June 1st.
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Andrew "Ampers" Taylor -  London UK - Editor of The Finchley Arrow

2010/1/2 Gilles Caulier <caulier.gilles at gmail.com>

> My response : do not use an old beta version in production. Use last
> 1.0.0 final out for Christmas.
>
> More than 200 bugs have been fixed between beta5 and final. I cannot
> be more clear.
>
> I have already said in this room that Ubuntu make a mistake to place a
> beta release in production WITHOUT to update packages step by step
> until final release. Mandriva do it very well. Ubuntu team is not
> serious for me. Ignoring software cycle release, especially in open
> source is a shame.
>
> Yes, my words are a little bit hard... But you must understand me :
> why trying to fix and fix and fix bugs is the more used linux
> distribution do not follow the game.
>
> Anyway, happy new year... (:=))))
>
> Gilles Caulier
>
> 2010/1/2 Andrew Ampers Taylor <ampers at gmail.com>:
> > I have been having a problem understanding one process of Digikam.
> >
> > I have been using Lightroom and photoshop for a while and this is one of
> > three operations I need to move to Linux before I can dump windows
> totally.
> > Gimp sorts out Photoshop and I have a feeling your program will sort out
> > Lightroom.
> >
> > However I have a large collection of photographs with far too many
> > duplicates and I am trying to remove them but cannot as it is so unclear
> (to
> > me) how to do this.
> >
> > I have created fingerprints, and searched for duplicates.
> >
> > I have hundreds of duplicates spread over dozens of folders showing.
> >
> > I read in the manual that I can go to Delete/Delete All, (yes I have
> > searched the manual) but I cannot find this command anywhere.
> >
> > I am using version
> >
> > digiKam
> > Version 1.0.0-beta5
> >
> > I downloaded this from the Ubuntu repository and I am using Ubuntu Karmic
> > 9.10.
> >
> > And if anyone can help, please spell it out carefully as I won't see my
> 70th
> > birthday again!
> >
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> >
> >
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