edmund ronald wrote:
One of the first applications should be tools to create linearization curves from spectro readings, and we assume that argyll list members might find this relevant as the software you authored is the primary way to address the instruments for open source. Of course, color consultants will doubtless have access to proprietary tools, and there is no reason why XML or JSON cannot be written from the Mac or Windows or even Excel :)
Edmund, You're not making any clear points, so it's looking like noise to me. Yes, Argyll provides calibration tools - so what ? What's the relevance to the (very vague) discussions on OpenICC ? Little to nothing as far as I can tell. There is nothing concrete enough being discussed to even comment upon most of the time. So lets keep the vague discussions over there, rather than reduce the signal to noise ratio on this mailing list. Graeme Gill.