[Digikam-users] Folders, albums and collections

Agustin Lobo alobolistas at gmail.com
Fri Jun 19 11:05:38 BST 2015

Of course deleting a file has to be possible from within Digikam.
Deleting a picture,as any editing.,
will be rarely an unintended action,  What I'm talking about
is about deleting a folder in the disk by deleting an Album from within Digikam.
This is what I think the user should be protected against.

On Fri, Jun 19, 2015 at 11:15 AM, Remco Viƫtor <remco.vietor at wanadoo.fr> wrote:
> On Friday 19 June 2015 10:30:47 Agustin Lobo wrote:
>> First, this is a design suggestion, yes. And designing according to
>> user's experiences is the most fundamental advantage
>> for developers of OSS.
>> Your view of "you like it, you use it; you
>> don't like it, use something else" is, besides being unnecessarily
>> rude ,  totally opposed to OSS philosophy.
> As you say, that is _my_view_; you can disagree with it, of course, and
> apparently you do. Calling it rude, well, that's your opinion. I was just
> trying to point you to a program that seemed closer to the way you wanted
> things done. I won't go into any discussion of "OSS philosophy".
>> Second, I was obviously referring to file management. Obviously, the
>> editing tasks must change files. But this would rarely be
>> an unintended action (although Digikam has the means of protecting the
>> user of eventual errors in this case), while
>> deleting an Album while thinking  you are deleting just something
>> internal to Digikam can easily happen.
> And you did miss my point about the culling, which is where I at least want
> to physically and permanently delete files that are either fails or almost-
> duplicates. And as those are raw files, I'd rather do that from within
> Digikam. Same for experimental edits taht I want to get rid of (disk space
> is cheap, but keeping all images and every possible edit it comsuming it a
> bit too fast for my taste).
> Well, I probably offended you again with my differing opinions...
> Guess I'll shut up now
> Remco
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