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Offline spaismunky

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Image processing with a conscience
« on: 22:19:45, 09 August, 2007 »
Hey all,
I wasn't joking about inviting the newcomers, or anyone else for that matter.
Can I have your feedback please?
The idea is to post a topic suggesting that people who have taken subs but have llittle or no processing skills can post them in here and the more capable among you (and there are lots of you!) can process them for them.
The point is, they get a result from their data which will be an encouragement, you get to work on some challenges and the only thing required from you if you choose to process them is to let the owner of  the subs know exactly how you did it.
My idea is that we bring everyone's skills together and bond our community as well as providing a leg-up for those who need it.
Anyone up for it? What do you think?
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Re: Image processing with a conscience
« Reply #1 on: 22:30:35, 09 August, 2007 »
I think this is a superb idea Mo! Lets hope there are some takers!

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Re: Image processing with a conscience
« Reply #2 on: 22:31:29, 09 August, 2007 »
Thanks Eddie. :)
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Re: Image processing with a conscience
« Reply #3 on: 12:36:07, 10 August, 2007 »
Sounds like a cracking idea :big_clap:

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Re: Image processing with a conscience
« Reply #4 on: 19:26:50, 10 August, 2007 »
 I said it before and I'll say it again, great idea Mo.  And thanks again for taking the initiative on this.  :urock:  :big_clap:

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Re: Image processing with a conscience
« Reply #5 on: 19:49:19, 10 August, 2007 »
Ok then, if it's alright with you processors out there, I'll give it another day to see if anyone else wants to join in and then I'll put a post in newcomers.
Please let me know either way folks. Wha I don't want is a load of images wanting processing and no-one doing it.
Thanks
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Re: Image processing with a conscience
« Reply #6 on: 21:13:01, 10 August, 2007 »
Count me in mo

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Re: Image processing with a conscience
« Reply #7 on: 17:32:26, 17 August, 2007 »
Sounds interesting! Could be good fun to try out different processing techniques on a variety of subjects and learn something new at the same time. 
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Re: Image processing with a conscience
« Reply #8 on: 19:02:23, 17 August, 2007 »
 :big_clap:
Many people on the forum just chuck numbers at us newcomers, so to find out the real nuts and bolts i'm in :D
A masterclass ;)

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Re: Image processing with a conscience
« Reply #9 on: 19:45:04, 17 August, 2007 »
Right then, that's enough of you. I'll post in Newcomers.
Thanks all. :-*
mojo :D
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