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4 weeks ago by kinlane
TagSpaces - Your offline data manager
TagSpaces is an open source platform for personal data management. With TagSpaces you can manage and organize the files on your laptop, tablet or smart phone.
filesystem  tagging  software  desktop  app  multiplatform  files  organization  opensource  service  commercial  notes  tags  metadata  backup  search 
4 weeks ago by orlin
Crowd: Home
The Library of Congress launched crowd.loc.gov in the autumn of 2018. The application asks people to transcribe and tag digitized images of manuscripts and typed materials from the Library’s collections. Everyone is welcome to take part! You don't even need to create an account, but if you do you'll have access to additional features such as tagging and reviewing other people's transcriptions. All transcriptions are made by volunteers and reviewed by volunteers before they are returned to loc.gov, the Library's catalog. These transcriptions will improve search, readability, and access to handwritten and typed documents for those who are not fully sighted or cannot read the handwriting of the original documents.
Library_of_Congress  crowdsourcing  translation  tagging 
6 weeks ago by stacker
Tags and copies - All this
In yesterday’s post, I talked about how I’ve been using file tags to organize my work photographs according to both date and subject. This works pretty well, but sometimes a set of Smart Folders that collects photos according to their tags isn’t the right solution. In those cases, I have a couple of scripts that allow me to replicate my set of Smart Folders into a set of real folders with copies of the photos organized by subject.
MacOS  photos  tags  tagging  filesystem  python 
8 weeks ago by euler
A little tagging automation - All this
The key to understanding mktagdirs is recognizing that Smart Folders aren’t folders at all; they’re just plist files with a .savedSearch extension. It’s the contents of the plist file that determines which files appear when you open a Smart Folder in the Finder.
MacOS  photos  tags  tagging  filesystem  python 
8 weeks ago by euler

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