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datacurator-filetree reviews and mentions
Come ordinate i vostri file/cose?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/italy | 17 Dec 2021
Does anyone get overwhelmed by the amount of files and stuff they have stored?
1 project | reddit.com/r/DataHoarder | 4 Dec 2021
How do you all organize your data collection?
4 projects | reddit.com/r/DataHoarder | 15 Oct 2021
I personally use the data curator file tree, at least the top folders like Adult, Archives, etc. My subfolders are unique. It could be a start.4 projects | reddit.com/r/DataHoarder | 15 Oct 2021
I started off with a copy of the datacurator file tree (https://github.com/roboyoshi/datacurator-filetree/) as it was some years ago, some things have changed in the repo but the idea is the same. Eventually I moved it into a top folder called public which is where anything I have optioned from the internet or anywhere else goes, and the i have a second folder called private for mostly pictures and documents (just recreating the relevant parts of the file tree). Inside the file tree some things are managed by some software, for example literature contains my calibre library, video is managed by Jellyfin, etc. I have also made additions like a separate folder in public for comics. Finally I have a third top level folder called ingest where things I haven't organized go to die.
What are the curation best practices?
1 project | reddit.com/r/datacurator | 2 Oct 2021
Earlier I had found the Roboyoshi File Tree and while I enjoy the system and the idea of assiging 2-digit by 2-digit numbers to each big thing, that doesn't work to, for example, give one to each TV series, and going three or even four folders deep almost seems mandatory for many of them.
My Hoarding is a mess
2 projects | reddit.com/r/DataHoarder | 1 Oct 2021
Happy to help, you might also find this filetree structure helpful to help get things organized. I learned about both from /r/datacurator
Is there any value is categorizing data e.g. files?
1 project | reddit.com/r/datacurator | 10 Sep 2021
I recently centralized all the data from multiple sources, primarily desktops, laptops, tablets & mobiles. As each source was organized differently to the next and is used by various people, is there any value in categorizing data in a logical structure e.g. https://github.com/roboyoshi/datacurator-filetree?
Headhaches with share naming
1 project | reddit.com/r/unRAID | 10 Aug 2021
My dream is to use a file naming likes : https://github.com/roboyoshi/datacurator-filetree but it's impossible with UnRAID, for example if I create a "Big" Media folder with Videos, eBooks, Images, I can't set different access permission and storage method (it's all on the array or all on the cache pool !)
Suggestions for improvements to this file system structure?
1 project | reddit.com/r/datacurator | 8 Aug 2021
I linked my GitHub repo where I have created the graph and the actual folders. The graph is created using FreePlane and is under doc/, I also added a graph of this subreddit's datacurator GitHub repo using the same format and some name changes for reference.
Book streaming app that is open source, not Ubooquity or Calibre (or based on/requires it) AND can read books with text (and not pages of images)?
5 projects | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 27 Jul 2021
Why not Calibre? Because it forces its data structure on me. With Komga, my unique organizational style is not messed with at all. I follow a similar structure to Roboyoshi's and I'm kind of particular about it. I just point it at the folder that houses all my books and import, with no change to my file structure. I can't just point Calibre to my established lit folder; it requires an empty folder upon setup.
I download everything I love online...and it's getting bad
1 project | reddit.com/r/DataHoarder | 15 Jun 2021
Only slightly bigger (atm) but I'm currently organising it using the datacurator file tree as a base, and will be using WinCatalog for my metadata and tagging.
I need suggestions for building a small archive of FLAC music
1 project | reddit.com/r/musichoarder | 14 May 2021
What the hell am I doing?
3 projects | reddit.com/r/DataHoarder | 25 Mar 2021
And just in case OP doesn't see it as soon as he opens it: r/datacurator/wiki/index and datacurator-filetree (an empty github filetree that shows a basic and simple, but very efficient imo, method of sorting your files, not of naming them, but of sorting them)3 projects | reddit.com/r/DataHoarder | 25 Mar 2021
Checkout my filetree: https://github.com/roboyoshi/datacurator-filetree and the r/datacurator sub.
What does star rating mean to you? [specifically regarding photo metadata]
1 project | reddit.com/r/datacurator | 12 Mar 2021
When first reading this post I just thought what is the actual metadata standard for image rating, and it sounds like it's something in the file so it can be transferred between systems just a matter of the system reading said data back out. But reading the post in full and the comments did make me think about what is the best way to "rate" and what should it mean. Providing all images are pre separated into different directories like in datacurator-filetree. And I guess we are talking about photographs taken of our experiances in the real world being placed in photos directory. The rating system should change though depending on said directory though as /u/Lords_of_Lands pointed out about certain types of images being affected by the time of year and usage. But if images are grouped and subdivided properly it should mitigate any side affects to your rating. Defintly agree on the princple of 0 stars meaning that it could be deleted and you wouldn't even notice, /u/_theBrady has it best explained I think
roboyoshi/datacurator-filetree is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.
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