Edit Package kim

A very useful images Kde servicemenu

Kim is a kde service menu which allows to resize, convert, rotate, ( ...) your
images without to use a graphical application like Gimp! This service menu can
be considered as a frontend of ImageMagick.

Main features of Kim:
Compress and resize
* Compress to 70%, 80%, 90% or other,
* Resize to 300x225, 600x450, 800x600, 1024x768, 1200x900 px or other,
* Resize and compress for the web.

Convert and rotate
* Convert in JPG, PNG, GIF, TIFF or other,
* Rotate images.

Treatment and publication
* Rename images,
* Convert in grayscale,
* Add a whith or black border,
* Watermarck images,
* Send by mail resized images.

Source Files
Filename Size Changed
kim-icons-fix-and-de-translation.diff 0000011685 11.4 KB over 9 years
kim-qdbus-qt5.patch 0000037472 36.6 KB almost 2 years
kim.changes 0000003922 3.83 KB almost 2 years
kim.spec 0000003517 3.43 KB over 1 year
kim4-0.9.5.tar.gz 0000053171 51.9 KB about 12 years
Comments 3

H. Hansen's avatar

cyberbeat wrote over 1 year ago

This is a great kde5 port. It would be nice, to try to get it merged into official opensuse packages!

Bruno Friedmann's avatar

bruno_friedmann wrote over 1 year ago

Thanks but no, I use it for my own purpose, and would not have the time to fix and keep it running with the fast change pace of Factory. So if you also want to maintain it, we can then find a correct devel project again (this is how submission to Factory work) and such try to submit it.

In the meantime you are of course completely free to use the resulting package here :-)

Edgar Aichinger's avatar

edogawa wrote over 1 year ago

If you're interested, in my home branch of your kim package, I've seen the hint about new sources that you added recently to the spec file , so I've created a kim5 package starting from your package's spec/patch files and obs_scm on the kim5 GH source. https://build.opensuse.org/package/show/home:edogawa/kim5

This version has a new feature: compress and resize videos to 720p mp4, which is a great addition IMO.

I consider to submit this to Graphics or KDE:Extra and try to maintain it or even get it into Factory - I'm hesitating for the same reason, maintaining Factory packages is a commitment and I can't always spend the needed time or even have the knowledge to fix CVEs and such. If you're interested we may share maintainership?

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