Visited the Tardis server room this afternoon. I was hoping to be able to finally get an account today, but, though I got Kev to sign the 'Sponsor' bit on the form, the person I have to hand in the form to wasn't there, so I guess I'll have to try again another day.
I wondered again about uploading the current (icky) version of PhotoGroup somewhere, but decided I still might have time this weekend to tidy up a couple of bugs first. Like the way it crashes if it fails to load a picture....
PhotoGroup's a GNOME program for organising photographs (or presumably other image files) - the idea is to make index files which contain lists of images, which can have captions associated with them, and which can be rotated around (e.g. landscape -> portrait format) without having to change the images on disk. You can drag images in from your favourite file manager (or use PhotoGroup itself to view a directory rather than a list file), and drag images around to sort them, or drag them out into an image viewer or whatever. There's also a built-in slideshow program for now at least, which is the thing for which I bothered getting TV-out working on my laptop the other day.
It's certainly useful to me, to replace a program I wrote for myself years ago on RISC OS, since I couldn't find anything else for Linux that did what I wanted. I've used it to produce the more recent sets of images at http://www-jcsu.jesus.cam.ac.uk/~mma29/photographs.html