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Really glad there’s advanced open-source tools like darktable and RawTherapee. I’ve switched back and forth between RawTherapee and darktable for a few years now. I prefer the UI and workflow or RT, but dt has better performance on my machine. And RT has this strange longstanding bug where the image is extremely blurry during editing, and only becomes clear after exporting. According to a github issue, a workaround is to disable lens correction and anything else in the “transform” tab but this didn’t work for me, prompting my most recent switch to dt.

I know I could use keyboard shortcuts, but my brain isn’t wired for them yet. It’s open source, you can change anything. The UI shouldn’t be so annoying and hostile out of the box regardless. I reported this issue on irc years ago and the dev response was so hostile I abandoned trying to use it and never looked back. Most projects have an issue tracker where one proposes changes or reports bugs.

The IRC channel is labeled “Support channel for darktable” rather than “Tell the developer how they ought to better serve me for free” People have a finite slice of their life to give you for nothing.

Putting specific suggestions on the issue tracker seems more respectful of their time. I raised a ticket on an open source project about a defect. It was open for 6 months with no comment. So I fixed it and did a PR. The PR was still sitting there open after 6 months.

More interesting PRs to the developers have been merged. Attention and stewardship are not universal. What I usually do when I see promising projects and slow devs. Is this current method preferred by your users or do you have any other reason to not want to change?

Is there any way to sponsor development? Failing those: write a blog post and propose a fork. This is usually the quickest way to get a reaction from narcissistic developers. Maybe some of these developers are just, you know… busy. It’s the busiest developers who would be interested in receiving PRs. If they go unanswered for six months, it is a clear signal that there is something stopping else them from action.

Do you think busy devs who also run open source projects tend to have plenty of time to set a high priority on FOSS? Is Dark Table just a side-project from one busy developer? Depends on the PR. Bugfixes sure, but new features mean more work for the maintianer in the future. It is also an opportunity for someone to feel involved and eventually join the group, perhaps even become a maintainer.

Speaking as a project maintainer that is starting to see some traction: I’d love to see people coming with PRs for features. It would mean a big amount of validation.

Having tried to improve things on multiple projects and being ignored or got hostile responses I gave up on open source contribution. There are loads of friendly and welcoming OpenSource communities. I’m sorry you did not stumble into them, but instead in the few hostile ones. It’s a pity that made you give up. A general tip, I give to people wishing to contribute to OSS is to first watch from the sideline. Read issues, threads, subscribe to an ML etc.

Then to ask. Don’t just throw in PR or feature request, but ask: is this welcome? How do you work? Any particular details that you wish me to pay extra attention to tabs, spaces, tests, documentation, design. As a FLOSS maintainer myself, it can be very intimidating to have someone throw a PR at you that rewrites everything it comes across as: you suck, your software sucks, but watch me fix all that , or that disregards things that I deem critical tests, architecture It is really hard to review it, without coming across as an arrogant bastard.

And often software that I put on a back burner will require me significant effort to get back into. So merging a simple typo fix or dependency update might cost half a day, just to get the dev env back up. I certainly wasn’t arrogant with the last one. Hey dudes, there’s a pointer dereferencing crash here which occurs when I do X, Y then Z. Added one line change to fix it. There are no test cases for most projects either. Darktable is great! This year I restarted photography, ina serious manner, after quite some time.

Serious as in I try to get beautiful pictures I could hang on a wall. I also started to do proper post processing, and darktable is quite handy. My dad used to be a pro photographer, now retired, and gave me crash course in RAW processing. Besides some handling differences between lightroom and photoshop he nothing negative to say about darktable.

And neither do I, it’s not darktables fault that my photo library is a mess. Hevcertainly does, in fact besides years of experience he has quite a number of books at home. All in German so If that’s ok I can ask! Thank you for the offer! Unfortunately I don’t know German, so don’t want to trouble you. Ah, a pity If you don’t know yet, photography life. I wish the effort is united between dt and rt and maybe digiKam for management , then we’d have a Blender-level competitor against LightRoom maybe.

Derbasti 38 days ago root parent next [—]. They collaborate a lot, actually. Many algorithms are ported from one to the other, if they work well and fit. TaylorAlexander 39 days ago root parent prev next [—]. This is with the latest app image, and there is some system library version mismatch.

I recently bought a used Canon Pro printer and was having fun printing my photos until this bug preventing me from opening digiKam! Elv13 39 days ago root parent next [—]. AppImages are only as self-contained as the author put effort into making them self-contained. There’s also upper limits to how self-contained they are. While some terminal and bitmap only X11 app can be compiled as static binaries, anything that depends on system libraries needs to be compiled with an older version of glibc.

You can’t just bundle those, you have to use the system ones. Using any system library forces you to use glibc AppImage don’t work on Alpine. OpenSSL and a few other a libs you usually want to use the system one and have a built-in fallback because of security concerns.

Making perfect AppImages is often possible, but the automated tooling isn’t smart enough. Obviously this doesn’t scale very well to projects with dependencies like Digikam. It’s 3. Note than 0. TaylorAlexander 39 days ago root parent next [—]. I hope the maintainer can release a fixed image at some point.

I really like that app! Wouldn’t another option be to use the system package [0] or is the version too old? A merger between digiKam and darktable would be my dream. I’m also glad it exists but have never figured out how to use it on MacOS. Or how to create a new library. There’s no typical top toolbar on MacOS. In clicking around, I’ve selected “add to library,” and darktable is now beachballed.

CaptureOne will continue to be my default. Before someone points this out, let me acknowledge that the apparent problems with darktable are undoubtedly my fault in some capacity and that I’m Using It Wrong, or that I can’t properly read the manual, or that I should watch more videos on how to use darktable. Normille 39 days ago root parent next [—].

App opens in a weird window the full width of my screen but only half the depth. I try to resize the window. It won’t rezise, even though I get resize arrows when hovering over the corner. Finally manage to make it usable by hitting the fullscreen widget. This time it allows me to select my photos archive folder.

 
 

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