7 comments on “Export Photos to Wikimedia Commons with digiKam

  1. It would be great if it’d be possible to add different wikis and accounts. I use very actively the wiki ( http://cccgoe.de/ ) and searched for the kipi-plugin to upload there. Ok we created a bash script for uploading, but with a kipi-plugin I hadn’t to leave digikam…

  2. is there a possibility of adding information like tags and a caption for each photo?

  3. great application, just some suggestions:

    – a renaming option e.g. DSC_001 -> Rome_June2012
    – a caption/annotation function


  4. hi there, I found some bugs which mess up the description page:

    – spaces in the == Summary == must be remove
    – [[category: ends without ]]

    I assume it is know and the digikam interface to add these information is just missing at the moment

    keep up the good work, m.

  5. sorry, but just found another bug: the geolocation from digikam is totally messed up, all uploaded pictures are not anymore in East Africa but between Maroco and Spain.

  6. Dear all,

    A new version has been submitted and merged in the trunk: https://projects.kde.org/projects/extragear/graphics/kipi-plugins/repository/revisions/43bc0cff2fbe54b76accd2b418f2c2c66b4455f6

    It will be released with kipi-plugins 2.8.0.

    The description of the improvements is given here: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=302755

    Screenshots and tentative manual: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:Tools/KIPI_uploader

    This is the result of 5 months of work of two French students from the University of Lille!

    Best regards

  7. I miss something. In the screen is opened when you want to upload a photo I miss the “Permission” space. Can you please add it?

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