On Fri, Jun 05, 2009 at 08:56:47AM -0400, Tom spot Callaway wrote:
On 06/05/2009 06:23 AM, Bastien Nocera wrote:
> Yesterday, I was browsing Ubuntu's "Blueprints" for their next
> and saw this:
> gnome-scan is already packaged by Deji, but I gather that more
> integration work could be done to make setting up and using scanners
> easier in GNOME and Fedora in general.
> Any takers?
> I think a good start would be making a list of problems seen in setting
> up scanners (additional packages required, tweaks), and make sure that
> gnome-scan and the necessary plugins are installed in a default
Perhaps we could target some specific scanners on the first attempt? We
might be able to get some hardware donated to the effort.
I'm willing to help with testing. I have a Epson 4490, and Nikon Coolscan V
slide scanner. The latter has been a trainwreck with sane for a long time,
but I'm told its finally possible to use it. So if we have a nice GUI front
end for scanning, i'll help out with testing.
Daniel, who has 'vuescan' as the only closed source software on his
Fedora machine for which no practical open source replacement
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