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pcx_png_transformation_discussion [2012/03/30 01:32] (current)
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 +Put image compilation for photographers online - 1) Create PNG zip 2) upload PCX and PNG zips 3) Link to respective packages on site.
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 +Ger photographers pdf upload validate links - It should be possible to create a PDF with ImageMagick
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 +Chief P: !WHY?...we used a lot of time making our own viewer
 +It is fine to have tings in pdf, but just at good to
 +alongside also distrbute in our own format, that is more powerfuld
 +as we control features.
 +</code>
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 +I have come to understand that to gain momentum one needs to delegate control as well as relinquish control to a great extent, the images are not ours to control, i.e. they are derived from a public source, we could consider embedding the documentation with the pictures with a reference to our own project and thus make ourselves more visible. I have experienced instant help freely given with regards to our scripting needs and think we should strive to go as far in that direction ourselves as possible, this is after all a FOSS project, nespa?
  
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