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I'm interested in various metadata
extraction/prosessing/distribution/something tools(including ways of
differentiating between files, eg hashing etc) and especially python
enabled ones. I'm also considering content-recognition/differentiating
eg. image recognition. I'm already aware of these: python-bitzi,
python-musicbrainz, mmpython, IMDbPY, python-mhash and imgSeek. If you
could point me to other relating resources it would be great.

Elmo
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Jul 21 '05 #1
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On Wed, 13 Jul 2005 15:49:27 +0300, Elmo Mäntynen wrote:
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I'm interested in various metadata
extraction/prosessing/distribution/something tools(including ways of
differentiating between files, eg hashing etc) and especially python
enabled ones. I'm also considering content-recognition/differentiating
eg. image recognition. I'm already aware of these: python-bitzi,
python-musicbrainz, mmpython, IMDbPY, python-mhash and imgSeek. If you
could point me to other relating resources it would be great.

Elmo
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I would also like comments if you're pretty sure the aren't any other
reöated resources. Anything related to organizing one's
filecollections(be it music, photos, books etc.), though i'm not
particularly interested in another mp3/ogg-tagger(report it still
though, if you will).

Elmo
Jul 21 '05 #2
On Wed, 13 Jul 2005 15:49:27 +0300, Elmo Mäntynen wrote:
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I'm interested in various metadata
extraction/prosessing/distribution/something tools(including ways of
differentiating between files, eg hashing etc) and especially python
enabled ones. I'm also considering content-recognition/differentiating
eg. image recognition. I'm already aware of these: python-bitzi,
python-musicbrainz, mmpython, IMDbPY, python-mhash and imgSeek. If you
could point me to other relating resources it would be great.

Elmo
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I would also like comments if you're pretty sure the aren't any other
related resources. Anything related to organizing one's
filecollections(be it music, photos, books etc.), though i'm not
particularly interested in another mp3/ogg-tagger(report it still
though, if you will), would be interesting also.

Elmo

Jul 21 '05 #3
On Wed, 13 Jul 2005 23:22:01 +0300, Elmo Mäntynen wrote:
On Wed, 13 Jul 2005 15:49:27 +0300, Elmo Mäntynen wrote:
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I'm interested in various metadata
extraction/prosessing/distribution/something tools(including ways of
differentiating between files, eg hashing etc) and especially python
enabled ones. I'm also considering content-recognition/differentiating
eg. image recognition. I'm already aware of these: python-bitzi,
python-musicbrainz, mmpython, IMDbPY, python-mhash and imgSeek. If you
could point me to other relating resources it would be great.

Elmo
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I would also like comments if you're pretty sure the aren't any other
related resources. Anything related to organizing one's
filecollections(be it music, photos, books etc.), though i'm not
particularly interested in another mp3/ogg-tagger(report it still
though, if you will), would be interesting also.

Elmo


I'm going for completeness(though a never-ending chase you might say).

Elmo
Jul 21 '05 #4
On Wed, 13 Jul 2005 23:25:46 +0300, Elmo Mäntynen wrote:
On Wed, 13 Jul 2005 23:22:01 +0300, Elmo Mäntynen wrote:
On Wed, 13 Jul 2005 15:49:27 +0300, Elmo Mäntynen wrote:
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I'm interested in various metadata
extraction/prosessing/distribution/something tools(including ways of
differentiating between files, eg hashing etc) and especially python
enabled ones. I'm also considering content-recognition/differentiating
eg. image recognition. I'm already aware of these: python-bitzi,
python-musicbrainz, mmpython, IMDbPY, python-mhash and imgSeek. If you
could point me to other relating resources it would be great.

Elmo
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I would also like comments if you're pretty sure the aren't any other
related resources. Anything related to organizing one's
filecollections(be it music, photos, books etc.), though i'm not
particularly interested in another mp3/ogg-tagger(report it still
though, if you will), would be interesting also.

Elmo


I'm going for completeness(though a never-ending chase you might say).

Elmo


RDF(or xml otherwise) enabled metadata repositories/etc. are of interest
to me also(musicbrainz and bitzi are recognized already). If just someone
said something instead of this thread being completely ignored. If this
isn't the place to discuss something like this would someone point me to
a better one.

Elmo
Jul 21 '05 #5

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