I've put many demos at:
Is there a way to put a link to them at the top of
Also, I understand that the library was created for Vision(XL), but it is
clearly extremely useful for general geometric/scientific programming. Is
there any way to promote this type of usage? Ie. no matter what I search
google for (except VXL), I can't find VXL. I'd expect ESPECIALLY "computer
vision c++", but also "geometry c++", "numerics c++", "linear algebra c++",
etc. I hate to see such a good, well established tool so hard to find. Any
From: Miguel A. Figueroa-Villanueva <miguelf@ie...> - 2009-04-13 02:49:45
On Sun, Apr 12, 2009 at 8:41 PM, David Doria wrote:
> I've put many demos at:
Nice to see that someone is using the wiki. Hopefully, the community
will get involved and this will grow into a significant documentation
We do need to develop some structure to keep it organized. I've been
meaning to do that for a few days now, but haven't been able to find
the time. Hopefully I'll get to it by the end of the week.
> Is there a way to put a link to them at the top of
> http://vxl.sourceforge.net/ ?
With the organization I'll also be converting the homepage to the wiki
format and I'll put some sort of table of contents of the rest of the
site. This is intended to be to main vxl page (redirecting from
> [...] no matter what I search
> google for (except VXL), I can't find VXL.
> [...] I hate to see such a good, well established tool so
> hard to find. Any thoughts?
I'm not sure what to do about that at the moment besides spreading the
word and enhancing the docs at the wiki. I did enroll it a couple of
years ago at ohloh.