Esteban Manchado Velázquez
It seems that "timestamp" is not that reliable for search. The field "exposure_time" seems a lot more reliable, both for pictures imported as-is, and for pictures that were imported and their date later fixed.
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Small script to send yourself a collection of old images from your Shotwell collection. Shotwell is a GNOME program to keep photos.
The idea is to call this program every week from a cronjob or similar, and it will send you "what you were doing this week x years ago".
You will need Leiningen to install and run this program.
Then, you have to create a configuration file
config.edn. Copy it
config-example.edn and modify its values.
Having it installed and in your
$PATH should be enough to run
photo-memories. The first time you run it, it will take a while
installing the dependencies, though.
If you want to use the current date as a reference (normal usage for a cronjob) simply call it like so:
$ lein run
If you want to specify a custom reference date, for testing or to see how it works, you can provide it as a parameter like so:
$ lein run 2017-07-30
Copyright © 2017 Esteban Manchado Velázquez
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