tobias.leupold at web.de
Wed Sep 17 13:07:59 UTC 2014
I'm from the KPhotoAlbum project. We recently introduced support for face
detection and face recognition using libkface. Likely, this will be a part of
the next release. Actually, we are the first project apart from Digikam (who
initiated and maintain libkface) to use libkface.
This leads to a problem: at the moment, libkface is distributed with the
Digikam sources. There's an own git repository for the lib's sources in the
KDE repositories, but there's no own release.
Some distributors (e. g. Gentoo) have an own package for libkface
nevertheless, others don't (e. g. Debian). So, at the moment, we would have to
include libkface in our sources, as Digikam does (which would lead to
collisions if both KPA and Digikam would be installed and is perhaps not a
good idea) or we would have to pull the full Digikam package as a dependency
if the user wants libkface support.
Both "solutions" don't seem to be nice.
Thus, Gilles Caulier from Digikam suggested to move libkface into
kdegraphics/libs, so that it will be included into the normal KDE release
cycle and will be independent of Digikam, cf. the discussion on the Digikam
He said I had to ask the kdegraphics mailing list if the admins would also
agree to do so.
So what do you think?
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