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*** Managing Archives


Inside subseasons ...

per resident:
    * (semaphore) note down all media devices
    * (regular updates) data transfer
    * final update

for project:
    * keeper @end:
        write status of collection:
    * [...]



Photo Curation (Using Shotwell)

#hyperphotos

* Import Images:
    ctrl + i
    (beware: pointing to symlink directories will not work :/ )
    select "import in place" (not "copy" !)

* Browse images & Mark removals from collection, by pressing "9" key:
    more info: http://yorba.org/shotwell/help/rating.html

* Go to "View all", "Select all":
    Export them to a new folder

* Encrypt + share this folder !

* You're done




DETERMINE: COLLECTION LEVELS !


ONLY YOU (1):

    * [L0] RAW
can be anything !!!




YOU + SOMEBODY ELSE (2):

    * [L1] CLEANED UP
    NO: 
        health/medical,
        XXX,
        extreme VANITY (repeatedly posing faces, ...)
    MAYBE:
        random but not critical VANITY,
        UGLY people,
        low quality and smudged,
        missed video elements (especially audio part)

    * [L1.X] CONFIRMED CLEAN
(confirmed X times)




INNER RELEASE (~5-???):

    * [L1.8] READY FOR INNER-GROUP RELEASE:
(confirmed X times)

    * [L2] INNER-GROUP RELEASE:
    NO:
        faces that shouldn't be there
        videos with problematic audio (talk, etc)
    MAYBE:
        faces that shouldn't be in public

    * [L2.X] CONFIRMED INNER-GROUP RELEASE
(confirmed X times)




OUTER/PUBLIC RELEASE:

    * [L2.8] READY FOR PUBLIC RELEASE?
Last check!

    * [L3] PUBLIC RELEASE
:
    * all faces checked
    * all videos clean
    * thumbnail + raw versions available

    * [L3A] PUBLIC RELEASE + TAGGED
:
    * filenames contain quality tags + description
    * [...]




THEN...

    * (MORE)
:
    * how to categorize selections? (media release subset, ...)
    * [...]







*** Transfer Data


Encrypt+Decrypt collections (for online transfer)

    ENCRYPTING

* put all files into FOLDER
$ tar -zvcf "NAME.tar.gz" "FOLDER"
$ openssl aes-256-cbc -a -iter 100000 -salt -in "NAME.tar.gz" -out "NAME.tar.gz.xxx"
* will ask for password! make one up and record it
* you're done:
    * upload it to google drive, or whatever.:
        <--- is this sketchy? it is encrypted
    * send the password on a separate, non-google reasonably secure service (a phonecall, Wire / Telegram E2E encrypted chat, ...)
    * [...]


    DECRYPTING

* you received 2 things, through separate channels:
    1) the encrypted file - either attached, or a link to it (for example via e-mail)
    2) the password (for example, via an end-to-end encrypted chat, like Wire)
$ openssl aes-256-cbc -d -iter 100000 -a -salt -in "NAME.tar.gz.xxx" -out "NAME.tar.gz"
*  WILL ASK FOR PASSWORD
$ tar -xf "NAME.tar.gz"




Sharing data Online

    A) Encrypted, Via any file sharing service
How to? See above!
Use whatever: WeTransfer, Google Drive, Dropbox, whatever - It's encrypted. (?)

    B) Rsync @ "luna" server
See cht7a🔗photoshare !

    C) Via Syncthing!:
This can only be setup if you were previously at camp.
If you didn't fix access during camp, ask david@totalism.org.






Sharing data directly (in person)

    A1) Direct LAN connection:
        how ???
        speed ???
        
        _____________
        
        What about other "ports":
            * usb?
            * bluetooth?
            * screen blinking (androids have this as ?)
            * [...]

    A2) Common Wifi network:
        speed ???


    B) Sharing disks

    * B1) Have encrypted partition #1 for personal, #2 for temp share (new every time)
    * B2) Is it possible to symlink between partitions somehow? have "shared secrets" ?
    ----
    >cryptoparty ???


    C) Keep a public disk with general + temporary data sharing :

UPDATE: huh???
Make sure you wipe it properly before passing it off as public!
    ----
    >cryptoparty ???







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