How to own your pictures in an open way was a session at IndieWebCamp Nuremberg 2017.
Notes archived from: https://etherpad.indieweb.org/pictures
IndieWebCamp Nuremberg 2017
Session: How to own your pictures in an open way
When: 2017-05-20 14:30
- Julie http://julieannenoying.com
- Jeremy Keith https://adactio.com
- Sebastian http://maker.sfeld.eu
- Calum Ryan https://calumryan.com
- Sebastiaan Andeweg https://seblog.nl
Markus wants to store pictures in a way that is accessible in 10, 15 years time.
Having an archive that you want to get online, can be a block for doing it at all.
Jeremy just posted photo's on his site. Does less care about the archive, still hasn't figures that out.
It's just a filesystem. S3.
Flickr has a nice way to organise.
ParallelFlickr is a tool (in Python) to achive that same way of organising.
Photographers really store all the tags in the photo. (EXIF data.) As soon as possibl, because you will forget.