Please forgive me, anyone-who-is-paying-attention-to-this-site. :-)
I promise to have more to say here.
Really. Because I promised myself I'd try and do a Drupal issue a day, addressing something on my dashboard, probably from the Examples Project but also maybe in Core or any of the other modules I use.
So when I do one of those, I'll write about it here. Ideally.
This site has been upgraded to Drupal 7.
The notable pain points were:
A 'misfenestration' is the act of typing into one chat window when you meant to type into a different one.
For contrast, see 'defenestration.'
By posting this 'blog entry, I now own the search results for this word. :-)
The last update to this web site was a year and a half ago, which makes me wonder what I've been up to.
I: Stating the problem
Suppose you took a picture, and you want to print it out. The color might be accurate on your computer screen, but not so right when you print it out. It might be too dark or maybe not saturated enough.
This is the most basic color management problem. Things look different on the screen than on a printout. Got it? Good. :-)
Update to Drupal 5.1 complete. We hope.
Some modules I use aren't available for v.5, so let's see how it goes. I might shift back to 4.7.6.
More update.... It took some doing to get the image toolkit working. After installing the image module, trying to change that setting would show me that there were no toolkits avaialble, so drupal would use it's built-in GD. Of course that didn't actually happen; no toolkit was used, so trying to upload an image resulted in no thumbnails.
I updated drupal with all the latest security stuff. So basically some stuff will look different for a little while, and some stuff may not work at the moment.
If you depend on this web site for anything, please let me know so I can thank you and maybe send you some flowers or something. But sorry for the inconvenience.
Some items you might find to be of interest. Click 'read more' to read more.
Some software for photographic freelancers:
FotoBiz looks pretty comprehensive, with a FotoQuote stock pricing module. It's written in FileMaker and is extensible. $229.
An index of software for photographers over at stockphoto.net. Not a very focused list, but maybe worth a look if you can't find anything else.