[digiKam-users] Fwd: Can you contribute to how your software uses the IPTC Standard?

James Orr jorr1948 at earthlink.net
Sat Apr 27 16:36:22 BST 2019

I hope that DigiKam authors respond to the request. It appears that time 
is of the essence.
I would be interested in using the controlledvocabulary product to 
assist in tagging photos.

James M. Orr 2705 E Sussex Way Fresno, CA 93726
On 4/27/2019 7:19 AM, Noeck wrote:
> Dear digiKam developers,
> I got the mail below because I once entered digikam as a program which
> is able to work with IPTC metadata to a list on the IPTC website.
> I guess it makes sense to give feedback here but I am not familiar with
> all the details of metadata synchronization. Could someone of you
> developers answer the questionary (32 questions)?
> https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/iptcpmduse19swmakers
> Best,
> Joram
> ----------------
> Betreff: Can you contribute to how your software uses the IPTC Standard?
> Von: David Riecks <david at riecks.com>
> I'm assuming you caught Google’s decision last year to display IPTC
> (International Press Telecommunications Council) photo fields in their
> image search results? We thought this underlines the relevance of IPTC
> photo metadata, and prompted by that change, the IPTC is working on a
> survey to see how software developers are using the IPTC photo metadata
> standards.
> Could you review how your developers have implemented IPTC photo
> metadata in your imaging software products; especially in regards to the
> editing of metadata fields?
> Then we hope you will help us by filling in the survey below by April,
> 30, 2019
> https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/iptcpmduse19swmakers
> It should take around 8 minutes, total. Those who fill out the survey
> can receive the full results after the IPTC Photo Metadata Conference on
> 6 June when the results will be presented to the audience.
> Thank you for your contribution!
> David
> --
> David Riecks  (that's "i" before "e", but the "e" is silent)
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> http://controlledvocabulary.com/products/ support for a dozen of the
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