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Hello everyone. I stumbled upon this project a few days ago and plan to contribute a bit, so I thought I might introduce myself a bit. I hope this is the right place for it.
Who am I? Software Developer from Austria. I have been developing software part time for the last three years and have started learning programming in 2011.
Why I want to contribute? I have a big photo collection (about 2TB and growing) and not found any suitable tool up until now. Photoprism even in it's early state seems like the perfect tool for my needs. Additionally I was thinking about implementing pretty much the same thing as photoprism is right now. Especially I think it would be fun having a tool which enables you to try out different "plugins" on your photo collection. e.g. automatic dust spot removal, tagging, etc.
Also I love go as a programming language.
What I plan to contribute? Field testing Photoprism on (parts of) my collection. Providing my knowledge for example about nextcloud integration or in form of test files, but I also want to actively contribute code if my time allows for that.
Well yeah I tested it when I first found the project, but I only tested it using a subset of 1GB of photos. Setup was super easy. I used docker and had it up and running in <5 mins.
Just wanted to run it again, but of course now it refuses to work for whatever reason. haha.
I am still quite busy with my bachelors thesis (zero shot tagging of images) as it turned out "just using" tensorflow models isn't as easy as I thought :D
but I hope that I have some time to contribute soon (tm)
I just found this news article today. since you are from germany you can hopefully understand german anyway.
Short summary: A study was conducted and found out that people take a lot of photos, but do neither back them up properly nor do they do anything with them.