[Digikam-users] where is the user support?

"Sveinn í Felli (IMAP)" sveinki at nett.is
Sun Aug 4 00:02:33 BST 2013


I just wanted to check if there was any reason for the 
complaint concerning the support documentation; most of it 
seems up-to date and working.
BUT: some links in the index give an error: "The file 
/development/en/extragear-graphics/digikam/inedex.html could 
not be found."
Well, the "inedex.html" seems quite suspicious to me, guess 
that too many thumbs have been hammering a keyboard somewhere...

So, if the bug is true, Elliot has already (indirectly) 
contributed to the wonderful open-source world - despite the 

Best regards,
Sveinn í Felli

Þann lau  3.ágú 2013 20:56, skrifaði Peter Mc Donough:
> Am 03.08.2013 20:58, wrote ELLIOT SMITH:
>> I am looking for a photo management application, so I
>> downloaded digikam
>> to give it a try, and I found some features that are
>> broken, so I thought
>> I would check the support docs and forum to see if I could
>> get any help,
>> and I found that the support docs
>> a) suck,
>> b) are buried and hard to find
>> c) something about how I can't use them until I download
>> and install them,
>> but no link to do so... so maybe there are better docs
>> that I could get if
>> only there were a link to download them?
> Welcome to the world of Digikam.
> I have been running Digikam successfully for quite a while.
> If you have a problem with Digikam, this list may be able to
> help you.
> Have also a look at http://www.digikam.org/
> Within my system I just have to click the help button and
> there it is.
> Digikam is opens source, free of charge, and very powerful.
> Which means, you will have to invest some effort to unlock
> that power.
> You should include some information about your system and
> specify the problem.
> For example my system runs digikam Version 3.2.0, unter KDE
> 4.10.5 "release 1", OS is opensuse 12.3.
> It also runs under Windows, which I don't use for photo
> management
>> And there is a mailing list.  Very retro.
> Yes, you get the information via email and can read it when
> you have spare time. Some like it that way and not being
> retro doesn't automatically mean "advanced".
> Have fun
> Peter
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