Bug#270737: marked as done (ITP: libimage-iptcinfo-perl -- Perl extension for reading and writing IPTC image meta-data)
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* Package name : libimage-iptcinfo-perl
Version : 1.8
Upstream Author : Josh Carter <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* URL : http://multipart-mixed.com/photo/iptc.html
* License : Perl
Description : Perl extension for reading and writing IPTC image meta-data
Ever wish you could add information to your photos like a caption, the
place you took it, the date, and perhaps even keywords and categories? You
already can. The International Press Telecommunications Council (IPTC)
defines a format for exchanging meta-information in news content, and that
includes photographs. You can embed all kinds of information in your
images. The trick is putting it to use.
That's where this IPTCInfo Perl module comes into play. You can embed
information using many programs, and IPTCInfo will let your web server --
and other automated server programs -- pull it back out. You can use the
information directly in Perl programs, export it to XML, or even export SQL
statements ready to be fed into a database.
This is being packaged primarily because MaPiVi (being ITP'ed separately)
depends on it. Note that version 1.9 was released today (details at
<http://search.cpan.org/~jcarter/Image-IPTCInfo-1.9/>), though it doesn't
seem possible to download yet.
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Subject: WNPP bug closing
From: David Moreno Garza <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2005 17:17:50 -0600
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This is an automatic mail sent to close the ITP you have reported or
are involved with.
Your ITP wnpp bug is being closed because of the following reasons:
- It is, as of today, older than 365 days.
- It hasn't had any activity recently.
As this an automatic procedure, it could of course have something
wrong and probably it would be closing some bugs that are not
intended by owners and submitters (like you) to be closed, for
example if the ITP is still of your interest, or there has been
some kind of activity around it. In that case, please reopen the
bug, do it, DO IT NOW! (I don't want to be blamed because of
mass closing and not let people know that they can easily reopen
their bugs ;-).
To re-open it, you simply have to mail email@example.com
with a body text like this:
Further comments on the work done in the bug sent to
firstname.lastname@example.org would be truly welcomed.
Anyway, if you have any kind of problems when dealing with
the BTS, feel free to contact me and I'd be more than happy to help
you on this: <email@example.com>.
This is the second massive wnpp closing that is being done. The next close
will be done on inactive ITPs older than 365 days and finally, an automatic
script will close, by default, *inactive* ITPs when they reach one year of
A similar process is being applied to other kind of wnpp bugs.
Thanks for your cooperation,
-- David Moreno Garza <firstname.lastname@example.org> Thu, 22 Sep 2005 17:06:42 -0500