Describe how would the perfect data hoarding/curating software be for you?

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  • filetags

    Management of simple tags within file names

    I don't know if this is perfect but for me, this method with its tools is working pretty great since a decade or so: Managing Digital Files (e.g., Photographs) in Files and Folders using filetags (all sorts of things related to tags), guess-filename (generates most file names for me), guess-target-folder and move2archive (moving files to their destination) + some more tools I wrote.

  • guess-filename.py

    Derive a file name according to old file name cues and/or PDF file content

    I don't know if this is perfect but for me, this method with its tools is working pretty great since a decade or so: Managing Digital Files (e.g., Photographs) in Files and Folders using filetags (all sorts of things related to tags), guess-filename (generates most file names for me), guess-target-folder and move2archive (moving files to their destination) + some more tools I wrote.

  • talent.io

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  • move2archive

    Managing event-related files in a folder hierarchy like "<ARCHIVE>/2013/2013-05-17 Event name/"

    I don't know if this is perfect but for me, this method with its tools is working pretty great since a decade or so: Managing Digital Files (e.g., Photographs) in Files and Folders using filetags (all sorts of things related to tags), guess-filename (generates most file names for me), guess-target-folder and move2archive (moving files to their destination) + some more tools I wrote.

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