I wrote a script that lets you upload pics to a directory using your web browser, which Jake had mentioned was a missing part of the software. 

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On Sun, Jan 13, 2019 at 10:35 PM Jake <jake@spaz.org> wrote:
this is implemented at sudoroom and was running last i checked but i can't
remember how to get to it

someone set it up but i can't remember whom!

i'll try to find it next time i'm there

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Date: Sat, 19 Aug 2017 09:14:20 -0700
From: Henner Zeller <h.zeller@acm.org>
To: Jake <jake@spaz.org>, Miloh <froggytoad@gmail.com>
Cc: sudo-discuss <sudo-discuss@lists.sudoroom.org>
Subject: Re: can we implement stuff-org at sudoroom?

On 19 August 2017 at 09:02, Jake <jake@spaz.org> wrote:
> yes someone did but i am still waiting for them to explain how to use it, or
> make a wiki page.

Here is an old page on the Noisebridge wiki, which might help to get
you started.

>  hopefullu someone will write a way to take pictures with
> a
> phone and seamlessly upload...

Yeah, that feature is missing, and I am happy to accept pull requests
for an upload option.

Right now, all the images need to be manually put in the --imagedir
directory from which they are served readonly.

Also, it would be good to have a little light-box that we can put near
the electronic components section and quickly take pictures from them
which can be better quality than phone images.

> right now all the pictures are the noisebridge logo.

Yes, the Noisebridge logo is the fallback whenever there is no image;
you can change that by changing the file in stuff/static/fallback.png

There are some pictures auto generated, e.g. if you have a type
Resistor and there is no image, it automatically generates an image
with the good old color codes from it e.g.


> On Sat, 19 Aug 2017, Henner Zeller wrote:
>> On 13 August 2017 at 21:13, Jake <jake@spaz.org> wrote:
>>> Henner wrote this awesome parts organizer web service, and it's running
>>> at
>>> noisebridge (and his house):
>>> https://github.com/hzeller/stuff-org
>>> here's the noisebridge implementation (type a letter to begin instant
>>> search):
>>> https://parts.noisebridge.net/#
>>> i would love to help fill it with information about the stuff we have at
>>> sudoroom, but i am not confident in my ability to install it and get it
>>> running
>>> on our network.  If someone feels good about doing this, sudo make it
>>> happen
>>> and i'll help.
>> Did you get it to run ?
>> -h