On Sun, Jan 6, 2013 at 11:32 AM, Tim Lyons <guy.linton@gmail.com> wrote:
I personally think that the ability to edit Exif data within Gramps is
completely unnecessary in a genealogy program, it contributes to additional
maintenance load, and contributes to general bloat. If you want to
manipulate Exif data, then use a specific program for that purpose. So I
wouldn't object at all to its removal. But that is just a personal view, so
if anyone is keen to maintain it, good luck! I would think that the main use
in a genealogy context would be to extract GPS location data and add that to
appropriate events, but it doesn't actually seem to do that.

Oh, right, it is part of Gramps-core; I would be fine with it being moved to gramps-addons.

And I, too, am personally really only interested in what it doesn't yet do, interfacing the GPS media metadata to Gramps' mapping support.


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