Bill ,
like Sven said, my idea is directed towards scientific image processing, but
I think this doesn`t mean only few people would use it, maybe this could
help gimp developer`s too, for example.

I understand your point, and agree with most things that you said.

it really would be much less work, but the work would not be only doing a
GUI for imageJ. the advantage of doing it on The Gimp is that The Gimp is a
much bigger project, than imageJ and it could have those interesting tools.

Well, If you change your mind and decide to go ahead with this, or any
similar idea, please contact me, i am disposed to talk.

thank you for your attention, again

2008/3/19, Ingo Lütkebohle <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> Hi Rafael,
> your idea sounds interesting, and would definitely be a great tool for
> ImageJ, but I'm not sure it is very relevant for The GIMP, which is
> mainly targeted at interactive image manipulation, as opposed to the
> batch processing one usually does in image processing applications of
> the sort you describe.
> If you are currently using ImageJ, what would you say is the advantage
> of doing it in The GIMP, instead of a GUI on top of ImageJ? ImageJ has
> all the relevant operations already, so I would expect that to be much
> less work.
> cheers,
> On Wed, Mar 19, 2008 at 12:01 AM, rafael mesquita
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >  People usually want to process image for specifics reasons : noise
> > extractions, signatures analysis, historic documents analysis,
> activation
> > areas detection from an human brain studies, and for so many other
> reasons.
> cheers, Ingo
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> Dipl.-Inform. Ingo Lütkebohle
> Faculty of Technology
> Bielefeld University
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