Would Scandoc be somthing for Extragear?

Tobias Leupold tl at stonemx.de
Thu Nov 10 09:51:32 GMT 2022

Am 10.11.22 um 10:09 schrieb Thomas Baumgart:
> On Donnerstag, 10. November 2022 09:28:17 CET Klaas Freitag wrote:
>> Am 09.11.22 um 21:18 schrieb Tobias Leupold:
>>> Am Mittwoch, 9. November 2022, 20:59:15 CET schrieb Klaas Freitag:
>>>> Am 09.11.22 um 20:22 schrieb Nate Graham:
>>> That is essentially what my old document scanning script did -- using the same
>>> tools. But without a GUI of course. Nice idea! Seems like I'm not the only one
>>> who worked on getting this very task done as easy as possible ;-)
>> Yes, well, that is what people in the office need. "Classical" office
>> suites are just the beginning. Things that we Linux guys considered
>> black magic for long time (such as printing, scanning, ocr, doc analysis
>> etc) are now super easy and available on mobile platforms. And that is
>> what we compete with on the office desktop.
> I don't know, if you have thought of this when writing invoices. Include
> an EPC QR (https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/EPC-QR-Code) on the invoice. I am
> thinking about adding a webcam interface so that KMyMoney can use it to
> read the QR code and use the data to fill out the form for online payments
> that KMyMoney already has. Or even use the PDF file as input an pull out
> the QR code. That would improve productivity I think. I know, a bit off
> topic here.

Would be a cool feature for sure -- but I don't think I could add this 
to Scandoc in a meaningful way, can I?

>> I know people who run Kraft on Chromebooks to enable the users to use
>> the "nice" productivity apps available with android. Tough times ;-)

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