I’m happy to announce the first OCRFeeder‘s tarball release.
Because not all of you are programmers and a packaged release makes more sense to you, today I did it.
I wanted to have done this longer ago but there was some bugs (simple but annoying ones) that I wanted to have fixed before a tarball release.
This first tarball represents the version 0.1-beta. Although named like that, don’t fear and go try it and report bugs/improvements.
Why the beta on top of such a low version number? Because I wanted to make sure that it was “runnable” in most computers out there. This means that I haven’t tried to run OCRFeeder from scratch in other boxes but mine.
So, if you’re gonna give it a try, please be so kind to write down every step until you can run it. Then you can fill in bug reports on the project’s Google Code.
Before I released this tarball I fixed the following two bugs:
* All the temporary pictures are now being removed after they’re no longer needed;
* The “Pages to Export” dialog is no longer being shown if there’s only one image/document loaded;
Today I also created an entry for OCRFeeder in GNOME Live as I think the project is related to our favorite DE.
So go on and enjoy OCR made easy on GNOME!
So tomorrow after lunch I’m heading down to Vigo to attend a conference by Richard Stallman, yes, that one.
It will be the second time I see a presentation given by him. The first one was in Badajoz, back in 2007 at OSWC.
He’s not by far the better or most enthusiastic speaker I watched in our Open Source world but it’s nice to attend his talk, specially if it’s your first time.
If you’re attending and haven’t been into this small world of FOSS, I hope he inspires you to come in, the door’s always open. If you’ve been living in it for a while, then I hope he remembers you its basis and makes you proud to be part of something (still) so ahead of our times.
An important thing to mention is that Igalia had rented a bus that will get people from A Coruña, Pontevedra and Santiago de Compostela there. The bus is prioritized for employees but not restricted to. It’s available for anyone who asks up to go and obviously limited to its number of seats. Yup, Igalia is just great and I’m proud to be a part of it.
Even though I got up later today (don’t really understand why the damn time should change… would we die if there was a fix hour for summer/winter time?) but wanted to do a bit of hacking in OCRFeeder.
So, I did some tiny enhancements that you can check out by updating your SVN repo.
Here you got a couple of screenshots cause everybody loves them: