[ubuntu-art] Workflow management

Steven Wallace swallace at monoaxe.com
Fri Sep 8 04:26:09 BST 2006

On 9/8/06, Steven Wallace <swallace at monoaxe.com> wrote:
> On 9/8/06, Nathan Eckenrode <neckenrode at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Thursday 07 September 2006 12:08, PingunZ wrote:
> > ubuntuguide.org
> I am not certain I see how Mediawiki is better at allowing one to see the
> progression of work that has been done on artwork. It appears to be the
> same
> solution that is currently in place, a wiki. i certainly can be wrong in
> this
> aspect, it will not be the first time nor the last time.
> The solution which is demonstrated at kollabor8 has images which you check
> out
> and alter and then upload the new version, very similiar to version
> control
> for code except demonstrates the visual changes in the item.
> Perhaps this is not what people are looking for to streamline the process,
> but
> it makes sense to me that if the developers of code base have a cvs to
> maintain code, then the developers of the distribution's artwork needs a
> system which allows the artists to compare the changes to a piece of art
> in a
> visual manner and make decisions on which to make collaborative
> contributions.
> Still, I retain the right to be wrong and will try to accept it if I am.
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> We artists are visual people and as such I think we need a visual tool,
> not a text based one. Wiki style tools are text based, which great code but
> not for artwork.
> Something I've used is Adobe's Version Cue (
> http://www.adobe.com/products/creativesuite/versioncue.html), it won't
> help us as it only works with Adobe software eg Photoshop ($$$$$$), but I
> think it's closer to what we need. Thats my idea of kind thing we need.
> Thats my 2 cents.
> Steve

Also Adobe(r) Graphics Server (http://www.adobe.com/products/server/graphics/)
or  Adobe(r) LiveCycle(r) (http://www.adobe.com/products/livecycle/) maybe
helpful. Never used them and I know very little about about them, but they
might be useful.

2 more cents

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