Introducing Community Vision (beta)

I just finished installing a beta version of a new application called Community Vision. I’ve been working like mad this weekend trying to get it ready in time for MAX. Community Vision lets anyone email pictures up to 40K as attachments to, and within five minutes, the pictures will automatically get published to Community Vision. The subject of your email will become the picture’s title, and the body (text only) will become the caption. Give it a try and see how it works.

Let me know if you find any issues with Community Vision (it’s still in beta). Also, feel free to email me with suggestions for future versions as I intend to continue to develop Community Vision once MAX is over.

For those of you going to MAX, the first three people to post MAX photographs to Community Vision, then find me at the conference, will get a free copy of DRK 5.

Oh, and keep an eye out for the Community Vision Central front-end. Mike Chambers and I were up late last night discussing it, so I’m sure it won’t be long…

6 Responses to Introducing Community Vision (beta)

  1. Ken Azuma says:

    Wow, nice app!I uploaded my photo, and will post my MAX photo to there after 12 hours flight…

  2. ErikG says:

    If you could add code that would auto strip out the text ads that (and the like) place into the e-mail body, that would be cool.

  3. ErikG says:

    Finding you is hard… I will try again tomorrow.

  4. Ken Azuma says:

    Hey Christian, where are you now?

  5. ErikG says:

    Christian, at the conference I told you that Vision was randomly rejecting photos I was submitting… I was wrong… turns out that Photoshop was telling me the incorrect size when I was saving the photos. When I went and looked at the directory of my submitted photos, I could see that several of them were over the 40k limit. So that’s not a Vision bug.

  6. This is a really good ap