Am 23.08.11, 23:05 -0600 schrieb Sebastian Oliva:
This is my last weekly report, for GSoC. My project is
finished, with working admin area. It still needs a bit of polish,
especially on the visuals, but I think all can be resolved soon
enough. I expect the following weeks for confirmation to implement it
on a server and present it officially on the openSUSE Conference. The
code is in gitorious.org/gsoc-2011/
Thanks to everyone that have helped, Google, openSUSE, and special
thanks to my mentor, Mr. Kai-Uwe Behrmann
Please feel free to contact me with any feedback or comment.
Thanks for picking this project and putting your ideas into it. It got
really simple compared to the complexity of the original idea. I think
thats the most obvious result and a really good one.
The DB implementation works online through a web interface. Data can be
sent in through the help of some Oyranos, related tools and curl.
The DB ensures that device calibration settings match a ICC colour
description. All this happens in a generic manner. As well the project was
the first, to use a modified and improved JSON text format for data
Still missed is a example and documentation, on how the API works for
automated queries. I am confident, that this will follow soon.
We will think about how to connect the DB best to the local DB and
use that service in a automated way as usual for Oyranos. It is still some
way to put more ends together and use that on a day by day basis. But in a
world with tousands of colour devices and even more users, the project
will surely help on getting the right colour data to the places, where
these data is finally needed. That can happen now without error prone
developing for colour management
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