Looks great! Just one thing, I work in IT and Systems Administration, when I think of a image server I think of FOG or Norton Ghost (desktop imaging programs). Maybe revise the discription?
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> On Nov 8, 2013, at 3:05 PM, Jon Stroop <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I was reminded earlier this week at DLF (and a few minutes ago by Tom and Simeon) that I hadn't ever announced a project I've been working for the least year or so to this list. I showed an early version in a lightning talk at code4libcon last year.
> Meet Loris: https://github.com/pulibrary/loris
> Loris is a Python based image server that implements the IIIF Image API version 1.1 level 2.
> It can take JP2 (if you make Kakadu available to it), TIFF, or JPEG source images, and hand back JPEG, PNG, TIF, and GIF (why not...).
> Here's a demo of the server directly: http://goo.gl/8XEmjp
> And here's a sample of the server backing OpenSeadragon: http://goo.gl/Gks6lR
> 1. http://www-sul.stanford.edu/iiif/image-api/1.1/
> 2. http://openseadragon.github.io/
> Jon Stroop
> Digital Initiatives Programmer/Analyst
> Princeton University Library
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