[ArcheOS] ArcheOS - Version 4.0. Software suggestion.

Fabrizio Furnari fab.furnari@gmail.com
Sab 13 Mar 2010 01:18:16 CET

Hi Ricardo,
Many thanks for your greetings and compliments, we're trying to do a good
job with ArcheOS and also if we're all voluntaries, comment like your
keeping us happy and satisfied about our job (not too much, thought).

Regarding Bundler, I think should be possible to include it. We're looking
now for the license and the possibility to package it into the .deb format
so we can manage it easily, but shouldn't be problems about...thanks for
this idea!

To collaborate with us I suggest you to subscribe to our (low volume)
mailing lists: http://lists.linux.it/listinfo/archeos this for support,
discussion and generic suggesto (mainly in italian but you can write in
english, if you want) and this http://lists.linux.it/listinfo/archeos-dev in
english for who want to collaborate with us.

I wait for the other team members response about translation but thanks

(PS. I forward this email to our ML, removing your email address first)

2010/3/12 Ricardo Gaidão <>

> Greetings from Portugal
> I'm archaeologist and big fan of ArcheOS team work.
> Since 2007 I try to show the advantages of open source software to my
> colleges (here <http://ml.ci.uc.pt/mhonarchive/archport/msg01163.html>) .
> Your Linux distribution is great because some software is difficult to
> install to most of people - like me - without knowledge about software
> compilation and setup.
> Thank you very much for your efforts.
> I just want to leave a suggestion. Is it possible to integrate in ArcheOS
> the Bundler Structure from Motion for Unordered Image<http://phototour.cs.washington.edu/bundler/>
> software?
> Many archaeologist are interested in creating point clouds and meshes from
> simple photos (see here<http://www.personal.psu.edu/nmc15/blogs/anthspace/blog/>).
> Bundler allow this, but is a little difficult to install and some people
> choose to hack Microsoft Photosynth to do the same job (like this<http://www.imagefact.de/monuments/pomaskaCIPA2009.pdf>).
> This is not very logical because Photosynth use part of the Bundler code,
> and also establish some limits to the input data.
> A great number of archaeologists don't have access to 3D laser scanners.
> This structure from motion technology is offering interesting results and is
> a chance to explore the Scanalyze and Meshlab software that integrate your
> distro. Services like Arc3D <http://www.arc3d.be/> offer amazing results,
> but are only free for academic use and you can't control the process,
> because all the calculations are made on their servers.
> I'm waiting for the ArcheOS 4.0 final version.
> Keep up the good work
> Ricardo Gaidão (archaeologist)
> P.S.
> Is it possible to collaborate in the portuguese translation of the online
> ArcheOS tutorials? How?
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