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bio website titusnachbauer.com
location Amsterdam, Netherlands
age 36
visits member for 1 year, 5 months
seen Feb 17 at 16:35

Bachelor of Engineering (BEng), Bachelor of Film and Television (BFT)

Junior JAVA Programmer and Filmmaker passionate about technology. I directed a few documentaries about science and technology. Other skills include: Database Design, PHP, C++, TYPO3

Interests: Film, Photography, Ultimate Frisbee, Rock Climbing, Cooking, (Board) Games

I used to be a member of the expertsexchange (before the name change) and got really frustrated to see a great idea turn bad. Therefore I am extremely thankful for this fantastic site. Thanks Stack Overflow!


Feb
17
accepted Is there a well-known way to store a taxonomy hierarchy in XMP, IPTC or EXIF?
Feb
10
awarded  Scholar
Feb
10
accepted Search large collection of images for exif tags without lightroom/aperture etc
Feb
10
comment Search large collection of images for exif tags without lightroom/aperture etc
Actually we are on windows, so I was looking for a solution there. However, using cygwin your solution is possible on Windows, too, so since I have that installed we should be fine.
Feb
10
asked Search large collection of images for exif tags without lightroom/aperture etc
Feb
10
awarded  Teacher
Feb
10
answered Is there a well-known way to store a taxonomy hierarchy in XMP, IPTC or EXIF?
Jan
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awarded  Supporter
Jan
28
comment Is there a well-known way to store a taxonomy hierarchy in XMP, IPTC or EXIF?
Thanks for the pointer to XMP/MWG, will look into that. It's for a government, they decided to build their own DAM...
Jan
26
comment Is there a well-known way to store a taxonomy hierarchy in XMP, IPTC or EXIF?
I meant that one should indeed use a db and then store for example category id's in the images. Anyway the main point of my question still remains, namely: is there no standard at all for this? That would rather surprise me.
Jan
25
comment Is there a well-known way to store a taxonomy hierarchy in XMP, IPTC or EXIF?
I am an IT Consultant specializing in migrations. Your solution is fine for small sets, or even larger ones if you use them alone. The trouble is that there is no central way of administering your hierarchy, if you would want to move one tag to another level or reorganise a branch, you would end up editing each separate field again. So what I really want to know is: is there no better standardised way to do this? If there is not we might end up doing it as you suggest, using bots to do the tagging.
Jan
24
awarded  Student
Jan
24
asked Is there a well-known way to store a taxonomy hierarchy in XMP, IPTC or EXIF?
Oct
31
awarded  Autobiographer