Roy Tennant wrote:
> Throwing in my two cents on the IIP Image Server. I've been using it on my
> photos web site[0] for a while now and it works great. I was also happy to
> see that there is a version that supports the International Image
> Interoperability Framework (IIIF) API [1], which I was introduced to at DLF
> by Tom Cramer and company. That would make you compliant with the Mirador
> multi-windowing tool that he mentioned. Sounds like a win-win to me.


iipsrv is extremely fast and easy to deploy (a single static fcgi binary).

i've learned now its iiif compliance, and i've just tried the branch

works great, even if a bit undocumented, i looked the code to understand
the url:

but iipsrv serves only jp2 or tiff images.
are you aware of other decoding modules?


raffaele, @atomotic