This is a script that allows you to put postit-like notes on images, and
editing them. The editing uses a wiki-like model. It is written in Perl,
and uses an SQL database to store the notes.
Currently, I have an installation running, which is mostly used for
translating comics. The uses for
this is probably not limited to just that, so feel free to download it
and use it for your own purposes!
backend written in Perl. It is meant for remote system administration.
It let's you manage and edit your files in a user-friendly GUI
environment, inside your browser.
It is not a very mature piece of software yet, and it has numerous bugs
and issues with bugs in browsers, but it works, after a fashion. Any
outside contributions to the development of this would be warmly
welcome, as I don't currently have much time to work on it.
In addition to the regular download, it also features a Perl
self-installer, which you
can just upload to your site and run as a CGI script.
More information is available in the
Wakaba and Kareha are my attempts at implementing from scratch image and message boards
of a type popular in Japan (used on sites such as Futaba Channel
and 2channel). This kind of board software is built around
anonymous posting and no requirements for registration, to make the boards more suited
for casual uses, and more fun overall. They are written in Perl, and are designed to
be more efficient and cleanly written than the original scripts that are available, while
preserving the same kind of functionality. Both scripts are in use at
iichan, an English-language
site built along the same lines as the Japanese Futaba Channel,
and also 4-ch, an English-language discussion BBS.
I have created a database of spammed
URLs, which can be used to prevent these
URLs from being posted on an image board you run. This works with
Wakaba, Futaba and Futallaby, and possibly other Futaba derivatives too.