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digiKam Software Collection 3.3.0-beta2 is out..

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Dear all digiKam fans and users!

digiKam team is proud to announce the second beta release of digiKam Software Collection 3.3.0. This version currently under development, including a new core implementation to manage faces, especially face recognition feature which have never been completed with previous release. Face detection feature still always here and work as expected.

Mahesh Hegde who has work on Face Recognition implementation has published a proof of concept demo on YouTube.

See the list of files closed with this release into KDE bugzilla.

digiKam software collection tarball can be downloaded from KDE repository

This version is for testing purposes. Please do not use it yet in production! Release plan can be seen here...

Happy digiKam testing…

Nice preview video. It’s

Nice preview video. It’s great to see the progress in Digikam. The best Open Source tool for photo management if you ask me :)

Ordering photos

Now only add manual ordering of photos and it will be the best tool for photo management.

“Manual ordering”? Oh, that’d

“Manual ordering”? Oh, that’d be so cool! Fiddling with timestamps and names is really crap when compiling a slide show.

Windows compiled version

Please someone have the binary version for windows?

Version for Windows

I think it would make more sense to work on the Windows version of 3.3.0 rather than working on the version for 3.2.0 i.e. to skip the 3.2.0 Windows-version to have the 3.3.0 Windows-version earlier.

Any plans to have this for

Any plans to have this for windows compiled anytime soon ? I installed the 3.1.0 (latest one I found for windows) Can you provide the URL to this version (or a more recent one that mine)?


Intermediate versions have their uses

Actually, releasing intermediate versions do have their uses. For instance, it’s easier for me to determine what was incrementally changed so I can fix bugs between versions both to prepare for the next version and also later to determine if a bug in a current version existed in a previous version. If I skip versions then this can become difficult. Regardless, 3.2.0 is almost done. I’ve been fixing bugs, some of which were reported in the 3.0.0/3.1.0 for Windows release announcement page and on g+.